An internal document supporting Uyghur human rights violations is released.
As the Uighur people in China are unjustly detained, criticism from the international community has increased, and organizations created by reporters from around the world have built a large system for the Chinese government to monitor Uighurs in a week. An internal document stating that over 15,000 people were sent to the containment facility has been released.
“ICIJ = International Survey and Media Journalists Association”, a group of reporters from various countries, has over 20 pages describing the monitoring activities conducted by the Chinese government on Uighurs in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and the operation of detention facilities. The internal document has been released.
According to it, the Chinese government built a large-scale monitoring system for Uyghur people based on personal information such as usage records of mobile phone apps, and using this monitoring network in June, 15,000 a week Suppose you have sent the remainder to the containment facility.
The facility also states that inmates should use Chinese instead of Uyghur and that thorough monitoring will be provided during meals and bathing to prevent escape.
The United States is under increasing pressure to restrict the entry of visas to government officials suspected of being involved, as the Chinese government continues to violate human rights such as undue restraints and abuses against the Uighurs.
It is expected that the international community will be further accused of the document that supports human rights violations by the Chinese government.