Australia’s Home Affairs Minister Joins Lawmakers In Opposing CCP Official Joining Interpol Executive Committee

Australia’s Minister for Home Affairs Karen Andrews and five other of the country’s MPs have signed an open letter opposing the election of a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) official to the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol). The letter, which is cosigned by 50 legislators from around the world—comes as the countries involved in Interpol are gathering for the 89th Interpol General Assembly from Nov. 23 to Nov.25 in Istanbul, Turkey, where they are expected to elect members for the organization’s 13 seats executive committee. The Chinese regime has moved to send Hu Binchen, the deputy director-general of China’s International Cooperation Department of the Ministry of Public Security, to run for the executive committee, but the inclusion has been met with increasing concern from member nations. The legislators from 20 countries are all members of the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC). They allege the Chinese communist regime of using the Interpol Red Notice system …

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