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U.S. Congressmen Criticize Clinton on China's Human Right Policy

World Journal, news, Posted: Feb 28, 2009

WASHINGTON, D.C. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had a breakfast meeting Thursday with several congressmen who expressed their discontent with Clintons stand on Chinas human right issues, which were revealed in her recent trip to Asia. The World Journal reported that the congressmen are not happy that human rights are not a priority issue in talks between the United States and China under the new administration. They think the United States keen support could help political prisoners in China get better treatment from their government. Clinton said she hopes that Chinas human right situation will be improved.


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