China Human Rights
April 10, 2011 by staff
China Human Rights, The United States is beset by violence, racism and torture and has no authority to condemn the problems of the governments of other human rights, China said Sunday, in the fight against U.S. criticism Beijing’s repression.
The dispute between Beijing and Washington over human rights has intensified since the ruling Communist Party of China extended its crackdown on dissidents and rights activists, a move that has provoked protests from Washington and other Western governments.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is the most prominent activist arrested by the police or secret custody last offensive.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Friday she was “deeply troubled” by it, citing “negative tendencies”, including the arrest of Ai.
A report by the U.S. State Department global human rights released on Friday said that Beijing has stepped up restrictions on lawyers, activists, bloggers and journalists, and tightened controls over civil society.
It has also increased its efforts to control the press, Internet and Internet access, the report said.
However, China has shown no sign of bowing to foreign pressure.
Its Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Saturday dismissed the U.S. report as an intrusion, and its own annual human rights report U.S. stressed the dismissive view of Beijing.
“Stop the dominant behavior of the exploitation of human rights to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries,” he said, according to excerpts released by the official news agency Xinhua.
“The United States ignores its own serious human rights problems, his ardent promotion called” human rights diplomacy, treating human rights as a political tool to slander other countries and to advance their own interests strategic, “said a passage of the Chinese report
Produced by the Information Office of the State Council, the public arms of government relations, the report of dwelling on what he said did many Americans as well as the invasion of Iraq by Washington face serious deprivations and threats.
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