China went to the United Nations (UN) on Friday because it says it is concerned about how human rights are being handled in Australia. According to China, the refugee centres in the country would be far from well facilitated.
In front of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, China stated that detention centres are inadequate in medical facilities for the large number of refugees, immigrants and asylum seekers residing there. ,, In addition, they are held for too long or sometimes indefinite time. People‘s rights are being violated here,” Reuters quotes the story of the Chinese.
China’s concerns are somewhat remarkable, because the country itself is also accused of a gross violation of human rights. The world power would hold the Islamic Uyghur community in ‘reeducation camps’. China denies this and calls the camps “training centres to learn how to combat extremism.”
, Australia must immediately close all detention centres and take measures to protect the rights of immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers. Especially for children,” says China on behalf of a number of countries that were not mentioned, Reuters reports.
In addition, the country insisted that Australia should allow transparent investigation into the allegations made by them about committing serious war crimes. An Australian investigation conducted in November last year showed that between 2005 and 2016 the Australian Special Forces killed 39 unarmed prisoners and civilians. This caused criticism from the Chinese corner.