Uyghur people living in the United States
The U.S. Congress held hearings and events on human rights violations in China in line with the United Nations Human Rights Day, and Uighurs living in the United States complained that their families were being suppressed in China. Called for the early establishment of the Uyghur Human Rights Bill, which imposes sanctions on the elderly.
The House of Representatives held a public hearing on human rights violations in China on the 10th, the United Nations Human Rights Day.
Among them, a man from China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region who currently lives in the U.S. testifies, and his mother and relatives were taken to detention facilities and detained, and `` The Chinese government She criticized the Chinese government, saying, “I am leaving my mother as a hostage.
On top of that, the Senate passed the Uyghur Human Rights Bill, which sanctioned Chinese officials involved in Uighur human rights violations that were passed earlier by the US Parliament, and I hope that it will be signed within the year with the president's signature. I appealed.
On the other hand, on this day, an event was held to discuss the issue that the Chinese government unfairly detained the Uyghur, and President U.S. Trump will sign the "Uyghur Human Rights Bill" from Uyghur people. There were a lot of demands.
However, Ambassador Brownback, who participated in the event on behalf of the Trump administration, insisted that the Chinese government should stop repression and free the people of Uyghur, but whether President Trump will sign the bill? Did not mention.