CPC centenary celebrations: Right Organisation denounces abuse in China’s dark history

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The centennial-celebrating China has been slammed by Human Rights Foundation (HRF) for genocide against the Uyghur Muslims, stifling of freedoms in Tibet, and the abuse of human rights in Hong Kong.

HRF registered its reservations against China on the event of 100th Anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on the 1st of July via their official Twitter handle, @HRF under the hashtag, #NothingToCelebrate.

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‘Today marks the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the sole ruling party of China. The #CCP has perpetrated some of the most severe human rights abuses the world has ever witnessed.

‘The international community must continue to speak out against the ongoing crackdowns of Chinese human rights activists, the genocide against the Uyghur Muslims, the stifling of freedoms in Tibet, and the backsliding of human rights in #HongKong.

‘All of us must take action and help keep pressure on the Chinese government. Together, we can send a strong signal that their human rights abuses will not escape accountability.

‘HRF strongly denounces the CCP’s abhorrent human rights abuses, and remains dedicated to supporting the brave activists working to advance freedom in the region.’

China celebrated its 100th anniversary with pomp and pageantry four days ago.