HUMAN RIGHTS ARE UNIVERSAL CHINA CANNOT BE ALLOWED TO REMAIN AN EXCEPTION
Thorbjorn Jagland, the chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee wrote "The authorities assert that no one has the right to interfere in China’sinternal affairs. But they are wrong: international human rights law and standards are above the nation-state, and the world community has a duty to ensure they are respected. " See the full article.
Please also refer to Chinese,Uighur & Tibetan Solidarity UK Joint Statements last year:
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