The Sound of Germany: The European Parliament Criticises the CCP for its Human Rights Abuses

On May 9th, 2008, The Sound of Germany – according to news from the European Parliament in Brussels, criticised the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) regime for human rights abuses.

The report said, “An annual human rights report published by Brussels on Thursday raised concerns that the CCP regime has not kept its promise to improve human rights conditions. Members of the European Parliament cited continued censorship of freedom of speech, of freedom of belief, random arrests of dissidents and the high number of executions.

The EU also expressed concern about a black list of human rights activists, journalists and Falun Gong practitioners. The CCP regime’s attitude toward Dalai Lama was also of concern. MPs called for the EU to strengthen human rights dialogues with Beijing and to link trade relationship with China to human rights reforms.

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