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Chen Jong blamed human rights pamphlets, demanded restrictions on Chinese officials
According to the estimates of Vigil activists, human rights organizations, and many other institutions, the number of people who have been detained is between 100,000 to 10 million.

Washington -
A group of 17 lawmakers from both the US political parties, the Republican and Democrat Party, has appealed to the Trump Administration that they banned sanctions on China's top positions, which was in the far-off area of ​​Shin Jang, the Muslim ethnic minority Is accused of violations of rights.

The lawmakers group sent a letter to Foreign Minister Mike Pompio and Finance Minister Steven Manovich on Wednesday, saying that in the western autonomous region millions of wigers and other ethnic Muslims imprisoned, tortured, religious rituals and beliefs Massive restrictions are on payment and culture.

The letter states that those ethnic minorities are kept in custody in camps and centers on the name of political education and training.

China China Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hu Chen Yang dismissed the demands of American lawmakers talking to reporters. He said that American lawmakers should focus on their work instead of introducing their nose in the affairs of other countries and declaring themselves a human rights judge.

China started taking custody in training camps in April 2017, accused of keeping extremist emotions on local vegers Muslims.

According to the estimates of Vigil activists, human rights organizations, and many other institutions, the number of people who have been detained is between 100,000 to 10 million.

Beijing says Shin Cheng is facing severe threats from Islamic militants who plan attacks and ethnic Chinese majority accuse majority of Muslim minorities against Han.

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