China warns U.S. not to “meddle” in Hong Kong affairs, following Hong Kong human rights act

China warns U.S. not to “meddle” in Hong Kong affairs, following Hong Kong human rights act


China has released a strong worded
statement warning the u.s. to scrap its legislation supporting Hong Kong
protesters the three bills were passed in the House of Representatives with an
overwhelming consensus in a rare show of bipartisan unity Lou young reports China
has won the United States to stop meddling in its domestic affairs
after the House of Representatives passed legislation supporting
pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong Beijing’s foreign ministry on wednesday
released the statements that expressed strong indignation over the passing at a
so-called Hong Kong Human Rights Act ministry spokesman Gong Shuang in the
statement called on the u.s. to immediately scrap the subsequent review
of the Act and one that if it’s put into effect bilateral ties would be severely
harmed he warned China would take forceful
countermeasures against the move US lawmakers on Tuesday had shown rare
bipartisan support in passing bills to defend the civil rights of protesters in
Hong Kong one bill would end Hong Kong special trading status with the u.s.
that sets her apart from mainland China unless the US State Department annually
verifies that Hong Kong authorities are upholding human rights and the rule of
law a second bull proposes banning exports of items that could be used for
crowd control purposes such as tear gas and rubber bullets another bill is a
resolution that recognizes Hong Kong special relationship with Washington and
condemns China’s interference in the semi-autonomous city since June this
year Hong Kong has seen massive rallies first against an extradition bill that
would have allowed people to be sent to mainland China for trial then turning
into a wider movement for democracy for years the people of sham Hong Kong had
faced a barrage of unjust and harsh restrictions on their freedoms and those
who have stood up for their rights had been met with a cruel crackdown in
Congress Democrats and Republicans in the house and in the Senate stand united
with the people of Hong Kong if America does not speak out for human rights in
China because of commercial interest then we lose all moral authority to
speak out for human rights anyplace in the world
for the three bills to come into effect the Senate has to vote on the
legislation before the measures are delivered to the white house to be
signed into law or vetoed by President Trump was he on Arirang news

2 comments

  1. Well if China can't understand those who want Democracy, then someone needs to speak up for these people. Their government is not listening, I hope the best for ALL people of Hong Kong.

  2. So what? China has spent 90 million dollars to spread fake news against democrats to make sure the Agent Orange get re-elected in 2020. The Agent Orange is a gift to China and Russia given by God.

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