An international human rights group published its annual report on the global human rights situation, accusing US President Donald Trump of "promoting hatred of racial and religious minorities."
Human Rights Watch, an international human rights organization headquartered in New York, USA, released its annual report on the global human rights situation on the 13th.
In it, he strongly accused US President Donald Trump of "for four years as president, he was indifferent and hostile to human rights and encouraged hatred of racial and religious minorities."
Furthermore, when a black man, George Floyd, died in May last year when a police officer held his neck down on his knees, structural discrimination against black people remaining in American society became a problem again. I criticized it.
On the other hand, he pointed out to President-elect Biden, "American leadership is still important and the government should show its stance to protect human rights."
In addition, he criticized the Hong Kong National Security Law, which cracks down on anti-government movements in Hong Kong, as "people's freedom is being attacked," and said that the Chinese government has unfairly detained Uighurs in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. , Strongly blamed.