Japanese MP: Congress should pass a resolution against CCP’s violation of human rights as soon as possible

Translated by: MOS Gospel Term – linli

On January 11th, Japanese Senator Takaichi Sanae said in an interview with BS Fuji TV that due to the serious human rights violations by the CCP, the Japanese parliament should pass a resolution against the CCP’s violation of human rights as soon as possible.

According to the “Sankei Shimbun” report, Liberal Democratic Party member Takaichi Sanae said in an interview with the media on the same day that she will push forward a resolution to oppose the CCP’s violation of human rights in Xinjiang or other regions as soon as possible, at the usual parliament held on January 17th.

Councilman Gao emphasized in the program that although this year marks the 50th anniversary of the normalization of Communist China and Japan’s diplomacy, the CCP has not changed its hegemonic stance and serious violations of human rights. It is impossible for the Japanese government to not take any measures in response to these issues.

Earlier, City Councillor Taka called on the National Assembly to pass a resolution against the CCP’s violation of human rights in Japan’s Provisional Diet. At that time, Director-General Toshimitsu Motegi pointed out that the content of the resolution is correct, but the time has not yet come; and the resolution of the diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics should be discussed first.

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