Critics of the Interpol appointments said trust in the policing body would be eroded. Photo: AP
Critics of the Interpol appointments said trust in the policing body would be eroded. Photo: AP
Interpol

China’s nominee wins Interpol seat despite concerns of human rights groups

  • The candidacy of Hu Binchen, an official in the Chinese public security ministry, was also opposed by alliance of lawmakers from 20 countries
  • Election helps China use global policing body for repressive policies, endangering Hongkonger, Uygur, Tibetan, Taiwanese and Chinese dissidents, alliance says

Critics of the Interpol appointments said trust in the policing body would be eroded. Photo: AP
Critics of the Interpol appointments said trust in the policing body would be eroded. Photo: AP
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