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Chinese Uyghur executives strongly criticize US human rights bill

2019-12-09T07:25:34.056Z

The US Congress has passed the Uyghur Human Rights Bill, which calls for sanctions against officials involved in human rights violations in China's Uyghur ...



Chinese Uyghur executives strongly criticize US human rights bill December 9th 16:17

Uyghur executives in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region strongly criticized the US response for the US Congress passing a “Uyghur Human Rights Bill” that demands sanctions against officials involved in human rights violations in Uyghur in China. It seems that the Uyghur executives are trying to avoid criticism of the international community by showing their attitude against the bill.

In the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China, many Uyghurs were pointed out unfairly detained, and the House of Representatives on the 3rd asked the US government for sanctions against Chinese officials involved in human rights violations. The bill was passed.

Under such circumstances, Uyghur executives such as No. 2 President of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Shoharat Zakhir held a press conference in Beijing on the 9th.

In this, President Zakil criticized, “American bill is an overt sovereign act that violently interferes with internal affairs in China and expresses strong accusations and firm opposition.”

After showing the video of the violent incident that occurred in the autonomous region at the venue, emphasizing that the security measures of the Chinese authorities were justified, “It is the local people who have the right to speak in this issue. "We can't achieve a plan that disturbs our business," he said.

It seems that Uyghur executives are trying to dodge the criticism of the international community by showing their attitude against the American bill.

Source: nhk

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