The European Parliament addresses the arrest of Roman Catholic Cardinal Joseph Zen in Hong Kong in its current session week. MEPs will debate with the EU Commission on Wednesday about the current situation in Hong Kong and the arrest of the 90-year-old cleric and members of the “612 Humanitarian Relief Fund” at the end of May. In all likelihood, the action against Zen and the other detainees will come to a vote in a resolution on Thursday. The resolution calls for their release, according to a draft document.
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