U.S. Senate unanimously passes Hong Kong rights bill
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U.S. Senate unanimously passes Hong Kong rights bill

after almost half a year of intense
pro-democracy protests over in Hong Kong the US Senate has passed legislation
aimed at protecting the human rights of Hong Kong citizens our kim dummy has
more in a unanimous vote on Tuesday the Senate passed the Hong Kong human rights
and democracy act showing a full support for Hong Kong protesters as well as a
warning to China against violent suppressions
under the bill the United States will need to certify at least once a year the
Hong Kong retains enough autonomy to qualify for special u.s. training
considerations Washington could also play sanctions on officials responsible
for human rights violations in Hong Kong tuesday’s bill marks a new challenge the
Chinese government as Washington and Beijing are still tied up in a prolonged
a trade war the bill will now go to the House of Representatives as the bill is
slightly different from one passed unanimously by the house last month the
two chambers will narrow their differences before sending the bill to a
president Trump Hong Kong police have taken over 4,500 pro-democracy
protesters into custody since June and the unrest in Hong Kong has now
entreated a sixth month the city’s economy is also shaking which could be
another burden on South Korean economy according to korea international trade
association on wednesday swords experts to hong kong from january to october
this year dropped by over 30 percent compared to the same period last year
hong kong has been a crucial trade link between a Korea and mainland China
with over 80 percent of Korea’s experts to hong kong being resold to china kim
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