HRW says CCP's strategy is to undermine global human rights!
Now is the time for everyone worldwide to resist the Chinese Communist Party's (CCPs) attacks on human rights!
Under the Joint Declaration it was agreed between China and UK that Hong Kong (HK) would have for 50 years after the 1997 handover a high degree of autonomy, unchanged lifestyle, common law, and amongst other things, retain it's status as an international financial centre. Timely, reliable and trusted information is the hallmark of good investments.
Kenneth Roth, executive CEO of international NGO Human Rights Watch (HRW) was denied entry into Hong Kong on Jan. 12, 2020. Mr. Roth has since turned his denied entry into HK into even bigger news - he proved his point on human rights!!
U.S.-based rights activist and veteran of the 1989 Tiananmen democracy movement Feng Congde was refused entry in June 2019.
Benedict Rogers, who subsequently founded the U.K.-based group Hong Kong Watch, was refused entry in October 2017.
The Financial Times' Asia news editor Victor Mallet was also turned away at the airport in November 2018 after the authorities refused to renew his work visa because he hosted a lunchtime talk at Hong Kong's Foreign Correspondents' Club featuring a pro-independence speaker. The issue is that it is China who is directly interfering into who the HK Government allows into HK. CCP has no right to interfere in HK. Once again CCP is in breach of the Joint Declaration.