British Government ‘Is More Receptive to Discussing Human Rights in China’: Benedict Rogers

A China Watch and Tibet Watch event was held in parliament in London on Wednesday. Co-founder of Hong Kong Watch, Benedict Rogers, said the meeting focused on the Chinese Communist Party’s violations of freedom of religion and belief.

Mr. Rogers said that attitudes toward China’s communist regime in the UK are changing, as its human rights abuses continue unabated. “I think attitudes have changed considerably,” said Mr. Rogers. “The government itself is more receptive to discussing human rights in China, including freedom of religion.”

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