People Protest CCP’s Persecution of Human Rights on Human Rights Day
WRIC reporter Wang Dongye 12/10/2020
（All pictures by WRIC）
On December 10th, 2020, which is International Human Rights Day, members of ACDPC, Women’s Rights in China and other organizations have protested against the Chinese government’s dictatorship and violation of human rights at New York’s China Mission to the United Nations, Chinese Consulate, the United Nations headquarters, European Union Delegation to the United Nations, etc…, demanding human rights and democracy. They also hope to attract the attention of EU countries.
In the square in front of the council of European Union, dozens of people from various ethnic groups including Tibet, Uyghur, Kazakh, Mongolia, and some westerns, are holding protests accusing CCP’s criminal acts of suppressing people, violating religious freedom, and persecuting human rights in the above areas. Signs display: “Free Tibet!” and people shouted: “Abolish Xinjiang labor camps!”
The protestors held up slogans and banners of democracy, freedom and human rights, shouting: “End one-party dictatorship”, “Establish a democratic constitutional government”, “Release all political prisoners and human rights defenders”, and “Free China”.