'Fox In The Hen House': Fears Chinese Official Vying For Interpol Job Could Pursue Beijing's Critics

'Fox In The Hen House': Fears Chinese Official Vying For Interpol Job Could Pursue Beijing's Critics

Andrew H. Sweet

Fifty M.P.s from the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China, established in the wake of China's trade sanctions on Australia, have written to their home affairs ministers, including Australia's Karen Andrews, expressing alarm.

They pointed to the pursuit of Uighur activist Idris Hasan, who was detained in Morocco in July at China's request, and Uighur leader Dolkun Isa, who had a Red Notice issued against her for decades until Interpol removed it, a move which angered China.

Interpol holds 19 databases containing millions of pieces of information, including biometrics records and details of stolen property such as passports, vehicles, and weapons.

Hu Binchen will be seeking delegates' votes at Interpol's general assembly in Istanbul in just over a week.

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