Blind dissident Chen Guangcheng and his immediate family have left on a flight to the United States. They are expected to arrive in Newark, N.J., Saturday evening.
Their departure caps off three weeks of roller coaster diplomacy that reached the very highest levels ofand the White House.
The human rights activist is best known for his fight against forced abortions and sterilisations under the One Child Policy.
Will the present United States regime force him to buy insurance that covers abortions?
The Chinese announced that Chen would be permitted to obtain a student visa that would allow him to go abroad. The U.S. promptly announced that he and his family would be given the appropriate visas without delay and confirmed that New York University had extended him an invitation to be a visiting scholar.
The Chen family would need to be issued Chinese passports to travel, a process that would take time. On Saturday, Secretary Clinton left China without them.
In large degree the ball was now in the Chinese government's court.
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