Eu commission: stop the sterilization of Uighurs in China

30 June 2020Il the theme of practices of sterilization and abortion, and forced against the Uyghurs and other minorities in the region Xinjiang, “have been repeatedly raised with the chinese authorities at a high level and in international forums. If the practice of forced sterilization was confirmed, as it constitutes a serious violation of human rights, then it must be stopped immediately and those responsible must be brought to justice”.A spokesman for the Eu Commission.

The same spokesman then reiterated the request to China to allow “independent observers to make inspections and conduct them in a transparent and objective manner”.

Pompey, China to cease forced sterilisation Uighurs
The Usa are asking China to put an end immediately to the practice of sterilization and abortion, and forced against the Uyghurs and other minorities in the region of Xinjiang, reported yesterday in the study of the German researcher Adrian Zenz, and urge “all the other nations to join the United States in calling for an end to these abuses and dehumanizing”. Revelations that the Us secretary of State Mike Pompeo has described as “shocking”.

To unleash the new controversy is the study of the German researcher Adrian Zenz, based on a mix of regional data in official policy documents and interviews with women of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang. According to his investigation, the women uigure and other ethnic minorities undergo forced sterilizations and are threatened with internment in work camps if they refuse to have an abortion when the unborn child exceeds the dimensions legal of births, i.e. two for the family. Those that have less than two usually have been forced to accept the spiral intrauterine. In some communities of minorities, rural women are subjected to frequent visits to a gynaecologist required and a pregnancy test every two months. China, writes Zenz, seems to use coercive birth in Xinjiang “as part of a wider action plan of domination of the ethnic-racial”.

“These findings raise serious concerns if the policies of Beijing in Xinjiang do not represent, in fundamental terms, what might be characterized as a campaign of demographic genocide according to the definition in the Un”, continues the study. For China, these accusations are without foundation.