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China's human rights under scrutiny as critics and allies given limited time to voice concerns in U.N. review


China's human rights under scrutiny as critics and allies given limited time to voice concerns in U.N. review
China's human rights under scrutiny as critics and allies given limited time to voice concerns in U.N. review

Over 160 countries, including both critics and allies of Beijing, have signed up to engage in a discussion regarding China's human rights record. This extraordinary level of participation means that each country will be given a limited time of only 45 seconds to express their views. On January 23, China will face international scrutiny over its domestic policies in regions like Hong Kong, Tibet, and Xinjiang as it undergoes its latest review supported by the United Nations.

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