China: Human Rights:Written question - 32522

Asked by Tim Loughton
(East Worthing and Shoreham)

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Asked on: 24 March 2016
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
China: Human Rights
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, which cases of human rights violations against Tibetans he or ministerial colleagues have taken up with their Chinese counterparts in each of the last three years.
Answered by: Mr Hugo Swire
Answered on: 11 April 2016

Over the course of the UK-China Human Rights Dialogues held in Beijing in April 2015 and in London in 2014, senior officials raised the cases of 22 Tibetans detained by the Chinese authorities. We also raised the full range of our wider human rights concerns on Tibet at each of these rounds, including allegations of torture, freedom of expression, right to a fair trial and freedom of religion or belief. A round of the Human Rights Dialogue was not held in 2013.

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