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Lettre conjointe appelant le gouvernement du Canada à invoquer la Loi sur la justice pour les victimes de dirigeants étrangers corrompus (loi de Sergueï Magnitski) contre les fonctionnaires de la RPC et de Hong Kong

Cher Premier ministre Justin Trudeau, vice-premier ministre Chrystia Freeland, ministre François-Philippe Champagne,

Nous, les signataires, demandons au gouvernement du Canada d’invoquer la Loi sur la justice pour les victimes de dirigeants étrangers corrompus (loi de Sergueï Magnitski) L.C. 2017, ch. 21 contre des individus qui sont directement responsables des atrocités commises dans le domaine des droits de la personne au Tibet, au Turkestan Oriental occupé (Xinjiang) et à Hong Kong.

En tant que leader dans la domaine internationale sur les droits de la personne, invoquer des sanctions Magnitski contre ces fonctionnaires est une action forte et symbolique qui est conforme à la façon dont le Canada a appliqué cette loi dans le passé.

Comme le suggère notre propre ministre des Affaires étrangères, François-Philippe Champagne:

«Les sanctions sont un outil important pour tenir les auteurs de violations des droits de l’homme responsables.»

Le Canada doit prendre une position ferme contre les contraventions flagrantes des droits de la personne et coordonner un effort multilatéral avec d’autres pays ayant des valeurs communes pour rétablir notre leadership sur la scène mondiale.

Signataires:
Pour ajouter votre nom à la déclaration, veuillez envoyer un courriel à l’adresse [email protected]

Groupes communautaires:

  • Abdulahat Nur, Vice President, East Turkestan Government in Exile
  • Action Free Hong Kong Montreal (滿地可撐香港行動組)
  • Alliance Canada Hong Kong
  • Canadian Friends of Hong Kong (加拿大香港之友)
  • Dawa Jongdong, President of Tibetan Women Association of Ontario
  • Friends of Hong Kong Calgary
  • Friends of Hong Kong Edmonton
  • Halifax Hong Kong Link
  • International Support for Uyghurs
  • Jonathan Fon, President of the Canadian Asian Community Think Tank
  • McGill Students for a Free Tibet
  • McMaster Stands With HK
  • Ontario Universities Hong Kong Awareness Group
  • Ottawa Post-Secondary Institutions’ Hong Kong Awareness Group (渥學繫港)
  • Ottawans Stand with Hong Kong (Ottaviens en solidarité avec Hong Kong, 渥太華人撐香港)
  • Patricia Adams, Executive Director, Probe International
  • Professor David Welch, University of Waterloo
  • Saskatchewan Stands with Hong Kong
  • Sherap Therchin, Executive Director of Canada Tibet Committee
  • Toronto Association for Democracy in China (多倫多支持中國民運會)
  • Torontonians Stand with Hong Kong (多倫多人撑香港)
  • Tsering Wangyal, President of Canadian Tibetan Association of Ontario
  • University of Toronto Hong Kong Extradition Law Awareness Group
  • Vancouver Hong Kong Political Activists (思政學陣)
  • Vancouver Society in Support of Democratic Movement (溫哥華支援民主運動聯合會(溫支聯))
  • Vancouver Uyghur Association
  • Vancouverites Concerned About Hong Kong
  • Waterloo Lion Rock Spirit

Les politiciens:

  • Député Alain Rayes
  • Député Alexis Brunelle-Duceppe
  • Député Arnold Viersen
  • Député Bob Zimmer
  • Député Brad Vis
  • Maire Brad West
  • Députée Cathay Wagantall
  • Députée Cathy McLeod
  • Député Chris Warkentin
  • Député Colin Carrie
  • Député Dan Albas
  • Député Dane Lloyd
  • Député David Sweet
  • Député Dean Allison
  • Député Derek Sloan
  • Député Earl Dreeshen
  • Député Ed Fast
  • Députée Elizabeth May
  • Député Erin O’Toole
  • Député Garnett Genuis
  • Député Glen Motz
  • Député Greg McLean
  • Député James Bezan
  • Député Jamie Schmale
  • Député Jasraj Singh Hallan
  • Députée Jenica Atwin
  • Députée Jenny Kwan
  • Député Jeremy Patzer
  • Député John Barlow
  • Député John McKay
  • Député John Williamson
  • Députée Judy A. Sgro
  • Députée Kelly Block
  • Député Kelly McCauley
  • Député Kenny Chiu
  • Député Kerry Diotte
  • Députée Kerry-Lynne D. Findlay
  • Député Kevin Waugh
  • Député Kyle Seeback
  • Député Larry Maguire
  • Député Len Webber
  • Sénateur Leo Housakos
  • Députée Leona Alleslev
  • Sénatrice Linda Frum
  • Député Luc Berthold
  • Député Marc Dalton
  • Sénatrice Marilou McPhedran
  • Député Marty Morantz
  • Député Matt Jeneroux
  • Député Mel Arnold
  • Député Michael Barrett
  • Député Michael Cooper
  • Député Michael Kram
  • Député Mike Lake
  • Député Nathaniel Erskine-Smith
  • Députée Nelly Shin
  • Député Pat Kelly
  • Député Paul Manly
  • Député Peter MacKay
  • Ancien député Peter Milliken
  • Député Phil McColeman
  • Sénateur Pierre J. Dalphond
  • Député Pierre Paul-Hus
  • Députée Rachael Harder
  • Députée Raquel Dancho
  • Député Richard Bragdon
  • Député Scott Aitchison
  • Député Stéphane Bergeron
  • Députée Stephanie Kusie
  • Député Tako Van Popta
  • Députée Tamara Jansen
  • Député Ted Falk
  • Député Todd Doherty
  • Député Tom Kmiec
  • Député Tony Baldinelli
  • Députée Tracy Gray
  • Député Warren Steinley
  • Députée Yasmin Ratansi

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ACHK soumet une liste de sanctions au gouvernement du Canada


Alliance Canada Hong Kong demande au gouvernement du Canada d’invoquer la loi sur la justice pour les victimes de la corruption des fonctionnaires étrangers (sanctions Sergei Magnitsky) contre les personnes qui sont directement responsables des atrocités commises au Tibet, au Turkestan Oriental occupé (Xinjiang) et à Hong Kong.

Écrivains:

  • Équipe centrale d’Alliance Canada Hong Kong
  • Équipe de recherche Alliance Canada Hong Kong
  • Équipe de soutien d’Alliance Canada Hong Kong
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ACHK soumet le mémoire au gouvernment du Canada

Mémoire: des options de programmes qui permettront aux Hongkongais de trouver la sécurité


Le vendredi, 26 juin, 2020, ACHK a soumis un mémoire détaillé au gouvernment du Canada, aux affaires étrangères et à dix députés. Le mémoire a été développé en collaboration avec des avocats spécialisés en immigration, des experts en politique et les communautés dispersées Hongkongaises-Canadiennes. Nous avons identifié des options de programmes qui permettront aux Hongkongais de trouver la sécurité par voies de statut de réfugié, d’immigrant, et de travailleur.

Auteurs:
Alliance Canada Hong Kong Core Team
Alliance Canada Hong Kong Research Team
Ai-Men Lau

Contributeurs:
Avvy Go
Fr. Richard Soo, SJ
Stand with Hong Kong
VSSDM

Lire la version publique du mémoire (en anglais) par ici..

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[angl] L’ACHK condamne la diplomatie des otages et attire l’attention sur les 123 Canadiens détenus en Chine

En anglais

OTTAWA, ON (June 25, 2020) – Alliance Canada Hong Kong (ACHK) condemns hostage diplomacy and calls attention to the 123 detained Canadians in China. We demand that the Canadian government commit itself to protecting our citizens abroad. With the Meng Wanzhou case, the Chinese government is trying to lure Canada into a hostage situation, where the lives and safety of Canadians are used as a bargaining chip to trade political favours.


Engaging in hostage diplomacy sets a dangerous precedent that will put a target on all Canadians abroad. Since Meng’s arrest, thirteen Canadians have been detained in China, and Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig are isolated as the primary targets of the Chinese government. If Canada compromises in favour of the Chinese government, it shows that any hostile foreign country can hold Canadians hostage to threaten and pressure the Canadian government into compliance. We must not accept the Chinese government’s hostage-taking and let it diminish Canada’s autonomy and strength on the international stage.

Beijing has deliberately tried to alienate itself from the international community. In 2017, Xi Jinping spoke about his global ambitions and Beijing’s role to “guide the international community to jointly build a more just and reasonably new world order.” The Chinese Communist Party has been rewriting global order in their favour: exporting its authoritarian control onto democratic societies.

Canada must take a strong and principled stance, driving a multilateral approach to take a united stance against China’s systematic hostage diplomacy. The international community needs to stand together in calling for the release of global citizens who are imprisoned for politically-driven reasons in China.

It is undeniable that the Chinese government is holding foreign nationals hostage as chips to bargain with democratic governments. We believe in the unity of democratic societies and our international allies. Canada must stand with our allies, rather than kneeling before Beijing’s autocracy. Other nations are looking to our example.

Instead, ACHK recommends the following policy solutions:

1. Launch a coordinated response with other democratic societies to demand the release of foreign nationals who are arrested for politically motivated crimes;

2. Investigate the feasibility of bringing back Canadians via international institutional avenues, such as the International Court of Justice & Human Rights Council;

3. Investigate and combat foreign interference into Canadian institutions, through a national registry of foreign agents and national foreign influence transparency legislation.


ACHK supports and welcomes Taiwanese, Tibetan, Uyghur, Chinese, and other communities who are suffering from persecution by the Chinese Communist Party. ACHK stands in solidarity with Indigenous and marginalized communities both within Canada and abroad. alliancecanadahk.com | [email protected]

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[angl] Tenir compte des réactions de l’OMS pendant la pandémie

En anglais

Originally published at Hill Times

Reckoning with the WHO’s handling of health crises

Throughout the pandemic, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has starred in Chinese propaganda videos for heaping lavish praise on Chinese authorities, despite the government’s alleged coverup of the outbreak and ham-fisted response.

On April 16, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that he would halt funding for the World Health Organization. Many believe that this is a ploy to distract from American struggles to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. But a sober look at the WHO reveals that the organization is rife with alleged corruption, abetted apparent Chinese propaganda and coverups, and deserves significant criticism.

The WHO’s financial improprieties go back years. In 2017, the Associated Press revealed that while investigating the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, then-director general Margaret Chan stayed in a US$1,000 a night presidential suite at a five-star beachside hotel. The report exposed that WHO spends almost half of its total budget on travel, including business class flights—in sharp contrast with Doctors Without Borders and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. More recently, the WHO has faced a surge in internal corruption allegations, including schemes attempting to defraud the organization for large amounts of money. Meanwhile, the WHO body leading the coronavirus response was left chronically underfunded.

American concerns about the WHO include the organization’s deference to China, such as helping Beijing to disseminate propaganda, downplaying the extent of the outbreak, and excluding Taiwan. All of these claims are accurate.

Throughout the pandemic, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has starred in Chinese propaganda videos for heaping lavish praise on Chinese authorities, despite the government’s alleged coverup of the outbreak and ham-fisted response. Without irony, he praised the “transparency” of the Chinese leadership, and said that “China is setting a new standard for outbreak response”—a statement which is technically correct, given China’s “new standard” of arresting the doctors who spotted the initial outbreak.

Dr. Tedros’ cozy relationship with Beijing resulted in the WHO putting far too much faith in Chinese statistics. On Jan. 14, the WHO parrotted Beijing’s claim that there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission, even though Chinese doctors had been claiming this for weeks and Taiwanese authorities warned the WHO about such transmission in December. Notably, this is not the first time Dr. Tedros has been accused of a coverup: in 2017, when he was health minister for the brutally repressive Marxist Ethiopian government, Tedros was accused, by the adviser of a rival candidate for the WHO job, of covering up three different cholera outbreaks—accusations that he denied.

The WHO’s delay in declaring a public health emergency of international concern and advising against travel restrictions were widely criticized as too deferential to Beijing’s wishes. Many nations began cancelling flights and screening passengers anyway—in tacit admission of the WHO’s unreliability. Japan’s deputy prime minister, Taro Aso, went so far as to suggest that the organization be renamed to the Chinese Health Organization.

WHO adviser Lawrence Gostin admitted, “We were deceived. Myself and other public health experts, based on what the WHO and China were saying, reassured the public that this was not serious … we were giving a false sense of assurance.”

Taiwan, which has handled the pandemic with tremendous success, is completely shunned by the WHO, allegedly at China’s behest. Bruce Aylward, a Canadian who serves as senior adviser to Dr. Tedros, appeared to — some say pretend — to not hear a reporter’s question when she asked him about Taiwan. When the reporter repeated her question, Aylward appeared to hang up on her. True to form for avoiding tough questions, last week Aylward abruptly cancelled plans to appear in front of the House Health Committee to explain the WHO’s handling of the pandemic.

The Macdonald-Laurier Institute reported that “one of Taiwan’s keys to success was using its own intelligence on the outbreak in China rather than relying on Chinese propaganda or WHO pronouncements.” Indeed, Ottawa seems to be the only party standing that still accepts the Chinese figures at face value: Health Minister Patty Hajdu recently dismissed as “conspiracy theories” claims that the Chinese government’s figures are unreliable. When it comes to self-defeating deference to China, the WHO has company.

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[angl] L’ACHK condamne l’arrestation massive de 15 dirigeants pro-démocrates à Hong Kong

En anglais

OTTAWA, ON (April 19, 2020) – Alliance Canada Hong Kong (ACHK) condemns the mass-arrest and charges of 15 pro-democracy leaders in Hong Kong on April 18th.

“We are outraged by the arrests, which are an act of intimidation and harassment against political opponents,” said Cherie Wong, ACHK’s Executive Director. “Beijing has no intention to hide their oppressive agenda. Instead, the Chinese party-state is weaponizing law enforcement to suppress political differences.”

The arrests of Martin Lee, Margaret Ng, Jimmy Lai, Leung Yiu-chung, Avery Ng, Lee Cheuk-yan, Leung Kwok-hung (“long hair”), Albert Ho, Figo Chan, Sin Chung-kai, Cyd Ho, Au Nok-hin, Yeung Sum, Raphael Wong, and Richard Tsoi reveal Beijing’s plan to silence Hong Kong’s opposition and impose a draconian “national security law” (Article 23) in advance of September’s Hong Kong Legislative Council elections.

ACHK is disgusted by the arrest of veteran activists Martin Lee (age 81), Margaret Ng (72), and Jimmy Lai (71), who are particularly vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic. These arrests are not only a blatant violation of these activists’ fundamental rights and freedoms, but also a threat to their health and safety.

ACHK calls for the immediate unconditional release and dismissal of charges for all of the pro-democracy activists.

“We cannot let Beijing’s crackdown on Hong Kong continue under the cover of COVID-19,” said Alex Ra Lee, ACHK’s Director of Strategy and Policy. “Canadians must remember that Beijing’s reach extends not only into Hong Kong, but into Canada as well. We must stand with our friends in Hong Kong by holding Chinese officials accountable for human rights atrocities and police brutality, and providing humanitarian support to all of those seeking asylum from the Chinese Communist Party.”

ACHK recently issued Five Demands for the Canadian Government and invites all Canadians to Stand with Hong Kong by joining their campaign.


ACHK supports and welcomes Taiwanese, Tibetan, Uyghur, Chinese, and other communities who are suffering from persecution by the Chinese Communist Party. ACHK stands in solidarity with Indigenous and marginalized communities both within Canada and abroad. alliancecanadahk.com | [email protected]

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L’ACHK en solidarité avec les professionnels du secteur médical

L’Alliance Canada Hong Kong (ACHK) est solidaire avec les professionnels du secteur médical à Hong Kong, en Chine et à travers le monde. Ces professionnels, de Hong Kong à Wuhan, travaillent des heures supplémentaires avec une pénurie de provisions et des lieux de travail dangereux. Malgré ces conditions dangereuses, le secteur médical se met en première ligne de combattants dans cette lutte contre l’épidémie 2019-nCoV.

L’ACHK soutient les professionnels du secteur médical, y compris mais sans s’y limiter, les docteurs, infermières, chercheurs et services d’urgences qui ont toujours prioritisé la santé et bien-être des patients.

Le Dr. Li Wenling et ses collègues de Wuhan on subit la suppression du parti-état chinois en raison de leur tentative de sensibiliser le publique à l’épidémie du coronavirus. Dr. Li est décédé le 7 février après avoir été infecté par le coronavirus. Il y a eu des reportages contradictoires concernant la mort du Dr. Li. L’ACHK se méfie de la campagne de désinformation soutenu par l’État chinois afin de diminuer la responsabilité des autorités du parti communiste concernant sa mort. Nous soulignons l’importance de maintenir une vigilance contre ces narratives et campagnes de désinformation.

Au sein de cette crise de santé publique, l’ACHK soutient le professionnels du secteur médical à Hong Kong qui ont fait grève au début de février. Le gouvernement hongkongais n’a pas répondu aux demandes et conseils du secteur médical depuis le début de la crise. Carrie Lam et son gouvernement n’a proposé aucune mesure pour soutenir les professionnels du secteur médical qui mettent leur vie en jeu durant cette crise de santé publique.


L’ACHK soutient les taïwanais, tibétains, ouïghours, chinois et autres communautés qui souffrent de la persécution du parti communiste chinois. L’ACHK soutient également avec les nations autochtones et communautés marginalisés aussi bien au Canada qu’à l’étranger. alliancecanadahk.com | [email protected]

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[angl] Pourquoi je suis avec Hong Kong et pourquoi tous les Canadiens devraient aussi

En anglais

Originally published at Hill Times

Why I stand with Hong Kong & why all Canadians should too

Canadians’ press freedom, politics, and education are threatened by the authoritarian overreach of Beijing, writes Alex Lee of Alliance Canada Hong Kong.

The world has been mesmerized with the scenes from Hong Kong’s protests. The shocking footage of police brutality is juxtaposed alongside scenes of strength and bravery against the threats, violence, and authoritarianism of China’s Communist Party. The Communist Party threatens not only the freedom and security of Hong Kongers, but of Canadians and around the world.

Hong Kong matters to Canadians, not only because it is a global financial centre and trading hub, or that there are more Canadians there (roughly 300,00) than in Windsor, Ont., or Saskatoon. (Both Canadian cities have a population of under 300,000.) Hong Kong is also on the front lines of a global stealth war waged by the Communist Party—a war that Canadians are a part of, whether we realize it or not. As per David Mulroney, former Canadian ambassador to China, the party is “the greatest threat to human freedom on the planet.”

In the past two years alone, the Chinese government has kidnapped Canadian citizens, threatened punitive measures against Canada, conducted widespread industrial espionage against Canadian firms, and marshalled attacks on students in Canadian university campuses. Canadians’ press freedom, politics, and education are threatened by the authoritarian overreach of Beijing.

There is a more personal reason why Hong Kong matters. I grew up in Toronto during the 1990s, when thousands of Hong Kong families, fearful of their city’s 1997 return to Chinese control, immigrated to Canada. These immigrants and their children became my cherished childhood friends, and remain as such today.

The woman shot in the eye by a Hong Kong police officer could easily have been Ellie, the first friend I made in kindergarten at a Toronto-area Christian Academy. When riot police indiscriminately beat passengers on the Hong Kong metro, one of the victims could have been Edward, who moved to Canada at seven years old and was delighted when he saw his first snowfall.

The fact that Ellie and Edward grew up Canadian is an accident of history. They could just have easily been harmed as a result of Hong Kong indiscriminate police brutality. When I see students courageously defending their home, supported by an army of parents and community members, I see them as no different from Canadians. They are standing up for the values enshrined in our Charter of Rights and Freedom. And, as Canadians, we should stand with them.

Ottawa is belatedly waking up. Senators Leo Housakos and Thanh Hai Ngo are introducing a motion calling for Magnitsky sanctions on officials of both Hong Kong and China who violate human rights, justice, and the rule of law. These should be applied not only in regards to Hong Kong, but the genocide and internment of over one million Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps. We have not hesitated in applying Magnitsky sanctions against many other countries, and China should be no exception.

China’s ambassador, Cong Peiwu, threatened our government twice against such sanctions, saying that there would be “very firm countermeasures.” We must not bow to these threats.

The Senate is not the only legislative body taking action. An increasing number of MPs are speaking out against the Chinese Communist Party’s atrocities and interference in Canadian affairs. And a newly created parliamentary special committee will probe the increasingly strained Canada-China relationship.

Although all Liberals voted against the committee’s creation in December, a Liberal MP told me privately that they, and some of their colleagues, were supportive of the motion. And thankfully so: defending human rights, national security, and combatting foreign interference must not be partisan issues. Parliament is taking action, and our leaders are unifying against the threat from China’s Communist Party. Belatedly, we’re all beginning to stand with Hong Kong, as they have stood by us. Canadians, Hong Kongers, and the world will be better for it.

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[angl] Les Canadiens et les Hongkongais s’unissent derrière les «Cinq demandes Canadiens»

En anglais

Canadians and Hong Kongers united behind “Canadian Five demands”

VANCOUVER, BC (January 21, 2020) – Ottawa’s inaction over Beijing’s gross violation of human rights has driven Hong Kong Canadians into a grassroots, youth-led, community-based alliance, forging as a unified voice of the Hong Kong Canadian community.

Alliance Canada Hong Kong (ACHK) fills an important gap in the Canadian society. Under the current federal leadership, Canada has turned a blind eye and continues to ignore Beijing’s human rights violations, to advance economic and trade relations with China. ACHK condemns the Government of Canada’s bystander position in the face of state-sanctioned genocide and humanitarian crisis.

“Hong Kong is standing alone on the frontline against the tyranny of the Chinese Communist Party,” said Davin Wong, Former President of Hong Kong University Student Union and ACHK’s Director of Youth Engagement and Policy Initiatives. “The Government of Canada must stand up against Beijing’s overreach, which is even happening here on Canadian soil.”

ACHK demands immediate action from the Canadian Government.

To determine community sentiments, ACHK, along with Citizens’ Press Conference (CPC) — a Hong Kong-based media organization — conducted a community consultation survey to inform ACHK’s national advocacy direction and political campaign. The survey was targeted to Canadians and Hong Kongers, and over 13,000 individuals participated; Canadian respondents are hailed from all regions of Canada.

Survey results indicate strong support for invoking Magnitsky sanctions and supporting Hong Kongers who are seeking asylum in Canada. Canadian participants highlighted the need to examine foreign interference by the Chinese Communist Party in Canadian’s private and public institutions.

“As a progressive, my peers argue that human rights are not a partisan issue. Yet I am deeply disappointed by the silence of the progressive community on the issues of China’s authoritarian ambitions and blatant violation of human rights,” said Cherie Wong, Executive Director for ACHK. “I am calling on the progressive leadership in Canada, why do you remain silent and complicit in the face of Beijing’s violent oppression?”

ACHK and the Canada-Hong Kong community urge the Government of Canada to support the following “Canadian Five Demands”:

1) Hold officials accountable for human rights atrocities, police brutality, and erosion of Hong Kong’s autonomy by banning, sanctioning, and freezing the assets of Chinese Communist Party officials, Hong Kong Government officials, and the Hong Kong Police Force officials, as per the Justice for the Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act (Sergei Magnitsky Law) (S.C. 2017, c. 21);

2) Provide humanitarian support for Hong Kongers, Tibetans, Uyghurs, Chinese, and other groups seeking asylum from the Chinese Communist Party;

3) Protect Canadians’ fundamental freedom from erosion, and proactively combat Chinese Communist Party interference in Canadian society;

4) Investigate and combat foreign interference into Canadian institutions, including state-funded and/or affiliated Chinese Students and Scholars Associations, Confucius Institutes, and other state-sponsored political, cultural and private events, trips, expenses, and gifts, through a national registry of foreign agents and national foreign influence transparency legislation;

5) End all exports of military/police goods and technology to China that are used for human rights violations by the Chinese Communist Party.

ACHK welcomes Canadians to join its campaign here to encourage Canadian politicians to support these five demands.

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ACHK supports and welcomes Taiwanese, Tibetan, Uyghur, Chinese, and other communities who are suffering from persecution by the Chinese Communist Party. ACHK stands in solidarity with Indigenous and marginalized communities both within Canada and abroad. alliancecanadahk.com | [email protected]

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Publication du plan de campagne ACHK

ACHK est fier de publier la première version de son plan de campagne. Le document est disponible en téléchargement ici.