China passes UN hu­man rights re­view

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THE United Na­tions’ Hu­man Rights Coun­cil has given China a pass­ing grade in its lat­est re­view of China’s

Chi­nese As­sis­tant For­eign Min­is­ter Zhang Jun said, “Dur­ing this ex­am­i­na­tion, we pre­sented the world with China’s sub-

We’ve also prove that China’s ap­proach to hu­man rights de­vel­op­ment with Chi­nese


The lat­est re­view, which be­gan on Tues­day, has seen the Chi­nese side de­tail the lat­est de­vel­op­ments in China’s

The Chi­nese del­e­ga­tion has also an­nounced over 30 new mea­sures be­ing planned on im­prov­ing the coun­try’s

In giv­ing China the green-light in its re­view, the UN Hu­man Rights Coun­cil has made a se­ries of rec­om­men­da­tions for the Chi­nese gov­ern­ment to work on in ar­eas such as poverty al­le­vi­a­tion, the rule of law, re­li­gious af­fairs and in­ter-

Zhang Jun says the UN’s pro­pos­als

“China wel­comes con­struc­tive pro­pos­als made by other coun­tries and paid close at­ten­tion to the pro­pos­als in­cluded

a care­ful and in-depth study and give hope some coun­tries ob­serve China’s de­vel­op­ment ob­jec­tively and re­spect the Chi­nese peo­ple’s choice of po­lit­i­cal sys-

any at­tempt to use hu­man right is­sues to in­fringe on China’s sovereignty and ter­ri­to­rial in­tegrity and in­ter­fere in our

This is the third time that China has passed the UN hu­man rights re­view fol­low­ing two pre­vi­ous rounds in 2009

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