Michelle Bachelet should release a report on the human rights situation of Uyghurs this month

August this year is an important month for international human rights organizations and Uighurs abroad, and everyone is waiting for UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet to release a human rights report on Uighurs in the region.

In June of this year, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet promised to publish a report on the human rights situation in the Uyghur region before the end of her 4-year term, that is, before August 31.

According to Voice of America, the spokeswoman for the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Liz Throssell: gave,” he said.

He also said: “Michelle Bachelet’s visit to China in May was not to investigate the human rights situation in the Uyghur region, but to get China’s opinion before the release of this report and to update this report on the basis of common opinion.”

Recently, government media such as “China Daily” tried to block the publication of this report, saying that “from 1990 to 2016, thousands of terrorist incidents occurred in Xinjiang; Many witnesses and families of victims of the terrorist attack emailed Michelle Bachelet; The Chinese government has created vocational training centers to root out terrorism.

According to Reuters, the Chinese government wrote to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights last month, asking it not to publish a human rights report on Xinjiang, and warned that if it did, it would politicize China’s human rights issues.

US Senator Marco Rubio wrote a letter to Michelle Bachelet last week, urging her to publish the report despite China’s pressure and not to tarnish her reputation during her tenure.



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