A Hong Kong artist is clamouring to remove China from the UN Human Rights Council: delusions (Source:)
At a regular press conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China on September 9, a reporter asked that Hong Kong artist He Yunshi made a speech on the amendment of the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance by the HKSAR Government at the Human Rights Council of the United Nations yesterday, but was interrupted by the representative of the Chinese side. Does Beijing not allow Hong Kongs non-governmental people to make statements against the mainlands position on international occasions?
In response, Geng Shuang, spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, said: First, Hong Kong is a special administrative region of China. Hong Kongs affairs are purely internal affairs of China, and no country or organization has the right to intervene.
Secondly, the NGOs concerned violate the relevant provisions of the Charter of the United Nations and the Human Rights Council of the United Nations. In their speeches, they challenge the one-China principle, interfere in Chinas internal affairs and sovereignty, and defame Chinas human rights situation. China firmly opposes this and strongly condemns it.
Thirdly, since the return of Hong Kong, the policy of highly autonomous rule of Hong Kong by Hong Kong people with one country, two systems has been effectively implemented and implemented. The rights and freedoms enjoyed by Hong Kong residents have been fully guaranteed in accordance with the law, and the facts are obvious to all. Maintaining Hong Kongs prosperity and stability is not only in Chinas interest, but also in the interests of all countries in the world.
In addition, in response to a reporters question about He Yunshis request in his speech that the Human Rights Council of the United Nations should remove China from the list, Geng Shuang said that this is a delusion, not self-sufficient.
Source: Global Network Responsible Editor: Gu Yunting_NBJS8499