US House of Representatives passed Hong Kong Human Rights Bill or signed by President Trump or November 21 12:17
As protests intensified in Hong Kong, the US House of Representatives passed the Senate, followed by a number of proposals to support the establishment of human rights and democracy in Hong Kong. American media reports that President Trump has signed the bill and is expected to be enacted, which is expected to have an impact on trade negotiations with China, which will rebound.
The House of Representatives of the United States passed the bill on Monday to support the establishment of human rights and democracy in Hong Kong.
The bill will verify that the “one country and two systems” that allowed Hong Kong to have a high degree of autonomy have not been damaged by the Chinese government, and will allow sanctions to Chinese officials involved in the repression. Was unanimously accepted in the Senate.
The House also unanimously passed a bill banning the export of tear gas and rubber bullets used for protesters to the Hong Kong police following the Senate.
President Trump has not disclosed his position on the bill, but several media in the United States have reported that the president has signed the bill and is expected to be enacted.
With regard to this bill, China has shown a stance of taking retaliation and is strongly constraining the United States. If the bill is passed, it is expected that the future of trade negotiations between the United States and China will be affected.