Uyghur Policy Act passes US House

RFA 2024

February 16, 2024 | Radio Free Asia

Louisa Greve, director of global advocacy for the Uyghur Human Rights Project, said it was telling that originally it was expected that 10 House members would vote against the bill because of a view that “foreign policy is not important,” but four changed their mind.

“Even those who have a position, in general, to aim to avoid foreign policy completely as a member of Congress, some changed their votes. They did not want to be on the record for this bill,” she said.

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