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Labour waters down ACT’s Xinjiang ‘genocide’ parliamentary motion – Stuff.co.nz

The Labour Party has successfully watered down a parliamentary motion that would have MPs label Beijing’s abuse of the Uyghur minority as “genocide”.

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The Labour Party has successfully watered down a parliamentary motion that would have MPs label Beijings abuse of the Uyghur minority as genocide.
Instead, Stuff understands, the revised parliamentary motion will ask MPs to confirm possible human rights abuses are occurring.
The ACT Party has gained support from all political parties for the revised motion to be debated in the House, after deliberations on Tuesday afternoon.
The motions language has become weaker than that put forward by ACT…

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