NEW YORK: (JTN) China should review counter-terrorism
UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet has called on China to
review its anti-terrorism policies and ensure they meet international
human rights standards, according to media reports. He also visited
the Muslim-majority region of Xinjiang in China, but the purpose of
his visit was not to investigate China’s human rights policies but to
hold talks with the government. The rare trip was criticized by
human rights groups and Western nations.
Michelle Bachelet said in an online press briefing that she (along
with the Chinese leadership) had raised questions about the broader
application of counter-terrorism and anti-extremism measures.
Concerns have been raised, particularly about the impact on the
rights of Uighurs and other Muslim-majority minorities.
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Basheel said he had discussed with the Chinese government the lack
of independent judicial oversight over the operation of these
centers and the use of force, abuse and religious discrimination.
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China should review counter-terrorism