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US Parliament bill over Hong Kong asking Trump to sign

2019-11-21T20:22:40.211Z

In response to the passage of a bill to help human rights and democracy be established in Hong Kong in both the House of Representatives of the American Parliament, members of the ruling and opposition parties joined together in a press conference ...



US Parliament Bill on Hong Kong November 22 5:12

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In response to the passage of a bill to support the establishment of human rights and democracy in Hong Kong in the House of Representatives of the American Parliament, lawmakers from the ruling and opposition parties will jointly hold a press conference and ask President Trump to support Hong Kong people And immediately requested that the bill be enacted.

The US Senate Senate and the House of Representatives have passed bills by the 20th to help establish human rights and democracy in Hong Kong.

The bill will examine whether the two governments that have allowed Hong Kong to have a high degree of autonomy have been compromised by the Chinese government and allow sanctions against Chinese authorities involved in the repression.

Following the passage of the bill, republican and democratic lawmakers such as US President Pelosi of the US Congress held a press conference on the 21st and asked President Trump to sign immediately and enact the bill.

In this, Chairman Pelosi said, “It shows that the United States stands on the side of freedom and justice by enacting the bill. The United States supports Hong Kong people who love freedom.”

With regard to this bill, the Chinese government has shown a stance to take retaliation if the bill is passed, and President Trump, who is aiming to achieve results in trade negotiations with China, has not disclosed whether to sign the bill.

However, because the bill has overwhelming support from the ruling and opposition parties, several American media have reported that President Trump is expected to sign the bill, and the president's judgment is drawing attention.

Source: nhk

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