Human Rights Group Urges Canada to Launch Foreign Agent Report Hotline as CCP Sends Life Threats to Hongkongers

On March 10, the federal government of Canada announced a public consultation on establishing a foreign influence transparency registry.
Hong Kong Watch Canada welcomed the idea. However, since consulting the public would take a few years to form legislation, the human rights group urged the Canadian government to set up an independent reporting hotline first. The group stated an urgent need for a hotline to prevent any suspected agents of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) from continuing to intimidate Hongkongers in Canada.
Public Safety Canada began a public consultation on the foreign influence transparency registry on March 10.
The Canadian authorities are carrying out relevant legislation because of the regime interfering in Canada’s 2019 and 2021 elections.
Beijing government and agents pose serious threats…

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