05:43 The Chinese Communist Party celebrates the anniversary of the Hong Kong National Security Law and the United States will criticize China for human rights violations



On July 1st, the Chinese Communist Party celebrated its centenary of the party’s founding. Tibetans exiled in India dressed as Xi Jinping with blood stained hands and sat in the

On July 1st, the Chinese Communist Party celebrated its centenary of the party’s founding. Tibetans exiled in India dressed as Xi Jinping with blood stained hands and sat in the “blood bathtub”. Behind them were Taiwan, Xinjiang, and Hong Kong who were hanged, protesting “There is nothing to celebrate.” ! (Midland)

2021/07/02 05:43

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[Compiled by Guan Shuping/Comprehensive Report]The Communist Party of China celebrated its centenary of the founding of the party on July 1. The world’s multinational and non-governmental organizations focused on China’s oppression of Xinjiang and Hong Kong. The US Congress and Executive Committee on China Issues (CECC) issued an open letter on the same day, calling on UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to take immediate measures to closely monitor and evaluate China’s “serious human rights violations”.

This open letter was jointly published by CECC Chairman, Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley, and co-chair, Democrat Rep. Jim McGovern. It pointed out that in June last year, 50 human rights advocacy experts jointly called on the United Nations to, To take decisive measures to deal with the deterioration of human rights in China, the committee asked Guterres to report whether he has taken any action to implement this request this year, and what obstacles were there in its implementation. “If no action has been taken in this regard, please explain why.”

This open letter coincides with the CCP’s celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the party and the US government’s emphasis on Beijing’s “serious violations” of human rights in Hong Kong, Xinjiang, and Tibet. The open letter stated that the Hong Kong National Security Law was specially selected for one year, and the letter was issued on the 6th anniversary of the “709 Mass Arrest” in 2015 when China arrested human rights lawyers. These two cases are representative incidents of the erosion of fundamental freedoms in China and Hong Kong. The former has resulted in the arrest of more than 100 people, many of them simply because of peaceful participation in demonstrations, advocating democratic reforms or participation in civic activities, while the latter has affected more than 300 human rights lawyers and human rights advocates.

The letter stated that China has also implemented discriminatory policies against ethnic minorities and religious groups, using “economic development” as an excuse for Sinicization. The methods include forced relocation, demolished religious buildings, and forced Chinese education; a large number of Uyghurs have been imprisoned in Xinjiang. The large scale of the facility has made the initial denial of the Chinese government and the subsequent rationalization on the grounds of vocational education or counter-extremism “unreliable.”

Merkley and McGowan pointed out that “human rights violations across China have not decreased.” “We respond to the request of UN experts and take immediate measures to closely monitor and examine China’s actions.”

Guterres’ spokesperson has not yet responded to the open letter, but emphasized that the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet has repeatedly expressed concerns about human rights issues in China.



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