Talk:Human rights in Mongolia

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Question[edit]

Why does this article read so similar to [Human rights in the People's Republic of China] ?

Edit[edit]

I've radically edited the article and deleted most of what seemed to be a c&p from the Human rights in the People's Republic of China-page. Seriously -and this goes for any country- I think it's better to have no page at all than a c&p or parody from the respective PRC page. However, a lot remains to do: Apart from the technical stuff, a useful structure of the article might look like (introduction-HR abuses within the prison system[prbl. the worst HR issue]-HR abuses by the police-freedom of the media-domestic violence stuff etc.). Some more facts might be useful, too. Yaan,217.188.99.115 13:19, 8 February 2007 (UTC)

I see my edit has been reverted. I'm really ready to discuss about my version, but the old article contained a lot of factual errors and missed out one rather important issue. That is of course no surprise when you have a copy from a text about some other (and in this case, far more repressive) country for the most part. 217.188.99.115 13:34, 8 February 2007 (UTC)