As CCP Official Joins Interpol, International Legislators Urge Revoking Extradition Treaties With China

Global parliamentarians called on governments to revoke extradition treaties with China for fear the communist regime will use the international law enforcement body to chase down dissidents across borders, as China’s nominee won a key Interpol seat. The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) on Nov.25 elected Hu Binchen, an official at China’s Ministry of Public Security, as an Asia delegate in its 13-member Executive Committee during Interpol’s annual General Assembly meeting in Istanbul. Hu’s election gives the Chinese regime “a green light to continue using Interpol as a vehicle for its repressive policies globally and places thousands of Hong Kong, Uyghur, Tibetan, Taiwanese, and Chinese dissidents living abroad at even graver risk,” said the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC) in a Thursday statement. The Chinese regime has “repeatedly abused the INTERPOL Red Notice to persecute dissidents in exile,” according to the IPAC. Fifty politicians of the group lodged their objections at …

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