China has accused the UN human rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet "inappropriate interference" in the internal Affairs of the country. The Chinese mission to the UN in Geneva, called on Saturday an Opinion piece for the Bachelets, in which they had demanded an independent investigation into the police violence in Hong Kong as a "flawed" and "violation of the objectives and principles of the Charter of the United Nations".
the Bachelets on Saturday published an article in the "South China Morning Post" contained "inappropriate comments to the Hong Kong special administrative region" and was "an interference in the internal Affairs of China", it said in the statement, the Chinese UN representation.
Bachelet had prompted the Hong Kong authorities, in the opinion contribution to an "independent and neutral judicial investigation into the reports on excessive police violence". The Chinese UN representative accused Bachelet, to encourage with the article, the "rioters" in Hong Kong "of other more severe and radical violence" to.
hundreds of people have asked on the Sunday prior to renewed Anti-government protests the police, no tear gas against demonstrators to use. At the rally in the centre of the city, many families with children were involved. "No tear gas, save our children," was read on posters. In the course of the day, three of the authorities approved demonstrations are planned.
On Saturday were demonstrating students and pensioners unite against police violence and unlawful arrests. A week after the clear victory of the democracy movement, it is once again, a few isolated riots came.
reported that the Hong Kong newspaper "South China Morning Post", built around 200 protesters late Saturday night after an initially peaceful Protest of a road blockade. In addition, the entrance to a metro set Station on fire. The police used, according to the report, at least once a tear gas. (sda)
Created: 01.12.2019, 06:22 PM