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China Releases Report on Human Rights Violations in the United States in 2023

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*BEIJING, May 29 (Xinhua) , The State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China has released a comprehensive report detailing significant human rights violations in the United States in 2023. The report, published on Wednesday, highlights various issues, including gun violence, surveillance and censorship, police brutality, mass incarceration, political manipulation, racial discrimination, economic and social inequality, women’s rights, the border crisis, and international human rights violations.

Key Findings:

Gun Violence:The report states that the U.S. witnessed at least 654 mass shootings and approximately 43,000 deaths due to gun violence in 2023.

Surveillance and Censorship:Allegations of the FBI’s misuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act for domestic surveillance and increasing censorship in public schools and universities are emphasized.

Police Brutality: A record high of 1,247 deaths were attributed to police violence, with accountability systems being ineffective.

Mass Incarceration and Forced Labor:The U.S. holds 25% of the world’s prisoners despite having only 5% of the global population, with reports of forced labor in prisons.

Political Manipulation:Both major political parties in the U.S. are accused of manipulating elections and redistricting to serve their interests.

Racial Discrimination:Systematic racial discrimination against ethnic minorities, especially African Americans, Chinese Americans, and Native Americans, is highlighted.

Economic and Social Inequality:The report notes a growing wealth gap, high rates of homelessness, and rising suicide rates.

Women’s Rights: Issues such as the lack of ratification of key international conventions, gender discrimination, and inadequate access to obstetric care are discussed.

Border Crisis:The humanitarian crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, with significant migrant deaths and cases of torture and forced labor, is underscored.

International Human Rights Violations:The report criticizes U.S. military actions and sanctions, citing significant civilian casualties and humanitarian crises.