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That this House notes with concern the treatment of protesters in Amchok, Tibet who were highlighting concerns about the environmental damage being caused by gold mining at Gong-ngon Lari; further notes that this site has occasioned at least 30 non-violent protests; notes the latest protest occurred in early June with local protesters appealing to the environmental protection provisions that appear in the Chinese constitution; regrets that many protesters have since reported being assaulted and imprisoned by the security services; and believes that China's exploitation of the environmental resources of Tibet should only proceed if consented to by those affected locally.
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