对华跨国议会联盟成立! 已与本文章合并

六四周年之际,跨国多党派议员对华联盟成立

在 #六四31 周年纪念日,多国跨党派议员对华联盟 (Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China)成立了!民主国家对中共的本质及威胁越来越清楚,而且在集结行动!令人振奋👏对香港抗争者、中国大陆抗争者、台湾人都是大好消息!

Today we launch #IPAC

#standtogether 

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南华早报报道:


18 Western lawmakers form group to take ‘tougher stance’ on China
Nine lawmaking bodies are represented in the new Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China
US members of coalition are Senators Robert Menendez and Marco Rubio, who are known as China hawks
Topic | US-China relations

Published: 7:13am, 5 Jun, 2020

Updated: 7:25am, 5 Jun, 2020


A group of Western lawmakers on Friday announced the formation of a coalition to “adopt a tougher stance on the Chinese Communist Party” through collective strategies. The group, the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (Ipac), is aimed at confronting China’s growing geopolitical prowess amid international outcry over its decision to impose a national security law in Hong Kong, as well as criticism of its lack of transparency over the Covid-19 pandemic. Ipac is made up of 18 high-profile lawmakers sceptical of China, including US Senators Marco Rubio and Robert Menendez, the European Parliament’s Reinhard Bütikofer and Iain Duncan Smith, a member of Parliament and former leader of the British Conservative Party. “How we respond to the People’s Republic of China and the Communist Party’s attempt to reshape the globe is the defining foreign policy question of our time,” said Rubio.
The challenge, he added, “is much greater than any individual country, administration or political party”.

Rubio and Menendez are vocal China hawks on Capitol Hill and have each driven numerous legislative efforts in the current Congress to confront China on issues including the treatment of ethnic minorities in the country’s northwest to the erosion of Hong Kong’s autonomy.

They introduced legislation last year calling for sanctions on Chinese officials over the mass internment of Uygurs and other largely Muslim ethnic groups, a version of which recently passed both chambers and awaits the signature of US President Donald Trump. They were also part of a bipartisan group of senators to reintroduce the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act in 2019, legislation demanding higher scrutiny of the city’s autonomy from mainland China that was signed into law in November. Rubio serves as co-chair of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China, an influential panel set up in 2000 to advise Congress and the administration on issues relating to human rights and rule of law in the country.
Representing Germany in the new group is Michael Brand, who is the human rights spokesman of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party, the Christian Democratic Union. He has previously spoken out against Germany’s “kowtowing” to China. Referring to the Chinese president, Bütikofer said: “Xi Jinping’s China combines systemic human rights abuses at home with efforts to reshape the international order according to its hegemonic ambitions. One thing the last decade has taught us is that no country can defend the integrity of the international order alone.” The group said it would focus on five areas on China-related policymaking: safeguarding international rules-based order; upholding human rights; promoting trade fairness; developing complementary security strategies; and protecting national sovereignty and integrity.
“China under the rule of the Chinese Communist Party represents a global challenge,” the Ipac members, representing nine lawmaking bodies, said in a joint statement. Japanese, Australian, Canadian, Norwegian and Swedish lawmakers were also represented, and the group said more members were expected to join. “Democratic norms that keep us free and safe are under ever greater pressure. The rules-based order is suffering. And this cannot continue unchecked,” they said, adding: “No country should have to shoulder this burden on their own.” 
隨手搜了一下按照字母順序排第一的澳洲眾議員 andrew hastie 

"澳大利亚国会情报和安全联合委员会主席海斯迪星期三在悉尼晨报上发表文章警告说,西方错判了中国,以为中国的经济自由会导致民主" 

可以可以 這樣的戰力幫助乳包號加速師撞車 
铁幕演说2.0?
看到日本字就覺得比較屌
尽管这些议员可能在本国议会并不代表多数党,但是毕竟有了对中共的一个”战略协调“的机构,终归是一个好的开始,给日趋灰暗的时局带来一缕光明。
吃瓜
没有郭文贵和班农这对战友啊。看来不是假冒的。
英联邦国家比较积极,英国澳大利亚加拿大。新西兰缺席。

欧盟德国加入,其他国家议员没出现。

北欧挪威瑞典加入,不愧是对人权比较重视。

东欧只有立陶宛,不算意外。

美国不用说,日本加入,算是摆脱了一直想做老好人的形象,考虑到对华顺差,给日本加一分,顺便给韩国减一分。

壮哉我英联邦,给德国日本的议员拍手。
有用吗,希望有用
没有郭文贵和班农这对战友啊。看来不是假冒的。


写得很清楚,只有立法者有资格加入,包括议员,法官,内阁,班农和郭文贵没资格。
現在世界有種正在尋找自己的位置的感覺,什麼會議都會嘗試參加,多方溝通,基本幾種態度:
1. 想制裁中國,主動拉攏別的國家
2. 想脫離和中國的貿易關係,但正在找能補經濟缺口的國家進行調整
3. 想脫離和中國的貿易關係,但找不到補經濟的缺口的國家,因此表現出兩頭討好
4. 不是特別想脫離和中國的貿易關係,因此回應比較冷感
Miriam Lexmann

我可以
写得很清楚,只有立法者有资格加入,包括议员,法官,内阁,班农和郭文贵没资格。


可以通过顾问方式加入,你可以上官网看看,有几张熟面孔哈哈

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