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EU Parliament supports protests

The European Parliament expressed its support for the white paper protests in China, making it the first Brussels institution to take a position on the protests in the People’s Republic at the end of November. MEPs voiced their solidarity with the protesters in a resolution adopted on Thursday. They said there was concern about how participants in the protests were now prosecuted. Reports of police checks and interrogations of protesters recently caused a stir (China.Table reported).

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