China’s nominee wins Interpol seat despite concerns of human rights groups

A Chinese government official has been elected to an oversight role at global crime-fighting body Interpol despite opposition from rights groups and lawmakers from 20 countries.Hu Binchen, deputy director general of the Chinese public security ministry’s international coordination department, on Thursday won one of two seats representing Asia on the body’s executive committee, Interpol said.The incoming president was also elected during Interpol’s general assembly this week, with United Arab…


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