ADHRRF – On January 12, about one hundred rallied at the Place de la République to condemn the totalitarian tyranny of Chinese Communist Party (CCP), call on the French government to pay attention to the situation of Uyghur people, and urge China to release the Uyghur detainees immediately.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) continues using high-resolution security cameras to monitor, follow, and arrest Christians, illegally detains, and harshly sentences them. In December 2019, three Christians from The Church of Almighty God (CAG) were sentenced to imprisonment as long as seven to eight years.
Stijn Deklerck, senior officer of Amnesty International’s China human rights program, holds a Ph.D. in sinology at the University of Leuven (Belgium) and has been engaged in China’s human rights issues for years. The following is the full transcript of an interview with Mr. Deklerck at the event on China’s human rights issues.
ADHRRF – On December 10, in front of the Chinese Embassy in Canberra, a rally was held by locals, Uighurs, and representatives from groups including the Tibetan Community, the Hong Kong Democratic Movement Group, and The Church of Almighty God, to denounce the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s totalitarianism and call on Australian government to protect human rights by introducing legislation.
ADHRRF – On December 8, to mark the International Human Rights Day, hundreds of people rallied on the steps of the Old City Hall in Toronto, Canada to denounce the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s persecution of Chinese mainlanders and Hongkongers, and call on the Canadian government to enact the Magnitsky Act to sanction Chinese and HK officials.
ADHRRF – On December 10, 2019, the International Human Rights Day, a demonstration themed “Stand With Hong Kong Students and Citizens” was held before the Chinese Embassy in Berlin, Germany. Demonstrators including over 300 German teachers and students gathered to protest against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) tyranny and show their solidarity with HK people fighting for freedom and human rights.