Beijing has hit out at foreign “interference and malicious slander” after a group of UN human rights experts wrote to express concern that Hong Kong’s new
could infringe on certain fundamental freedoms.
In a press conference on Friday, foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said the central government strongly opposed “the politicisation of human rights issues”.
“Some people have ignored facts, maliciously slandered China’s human rights situation, and publicly politicised human rights issues,” she said.
“We urge them to truly respect the objectives and principles of the UN Charter, and abandon ignorance, prejudice and double standards. [They must] stop interfering with Hong Kong affairs, and China’s domestic issues through any means.”Read more…