Candidates Standing Up for Rights in China Targeted During Election Campaign


Poll shows Canadians 10 times more likely to vote for a party that has a strong stance on China. Election candidates who have taken positions against the Chinese regime's human rights infractions and interference operations are finding themselves targets of efforts to rob them of votes, such as smear campaigns, candidates and activists say.

"The more people of colour, Canadians from Chinese heritage, speak up against racism and speak up against the Chinese Communist Party's influence in Canada, the mistreatment of Falun Gong practitioners, genocidal actions against Uyghurs and Turkic Muslims, ... the more the Canadian public will realize that the Chinese communities stand behind these Canadian core values."

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