With the overwhelming vote, the French parliament passed a resolution and denounced the CCP for committing “crimes against humanity and genocide.”

Translated by: MOS Education Team – Emily G

On January 20, with an overwhelming majority voting in favor, the French parliament passed a resolution by 169 votes to one, denouncing the CCP for committing “crimes against humanity and genocide” in Xinjiang, China. The resolution stated that the CCP organized and orchestrated systematic political violence, which constituted genocide.

French President Emmanuel Macron said in the European Parliament that he would defend the EU’s ban on products with forced labor.

The day before, French President Emmanuel Macron said in the European Parliament that he would defend the EU’s ban on products with forced labor. He also emphasized that if the forced labor convention is not ratified, there will be no EU-China investment agreement.

In previous, the United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Canada, Belgium, Lithuania, Czech Republic, and other countries have successively declared that CCP committed genocide against the Uyghurs.

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