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The rights of minorities in China and the use of death penalty

Tabled by Heidi Hautala, Barbara Lochbihler, Eva Lichtenberger, Helga Trüpel, Daniel Cohn-Benditon behalf of the Greens/EFA Group The European Parliament, having regard to its previous resolutions on China and, in particular, to the one of 3 December 2007 on the EU-China Summit and the EU/China hum...
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Rights first

Human rights are not a subsidiary issue for the European Union. Within the Subcommittee on Human Rights (2004-2009), chaired by a Green MEP, Greens have stood for human rights without distinction and without exception and have proposed a number of practical ways of making the Union's human rights policy more effective.