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Bachelet disappointed as High Commissioner

With the end of her term in mind, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights assured the timely publication of a China report. By the end of August, Michelle Bachelet wants to present what many governments around the world have been waiting on for years. The paper is to provide assessments of the Human Rights Council on systematic Chinese crimes against the Uyghurs in Xinjiang. Other countries could then use this to formulate political consequences for their relations with the People’s Republic.

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