Benedict Rogers, the deputy chair of the Conservative party’s human rights commission, escorted on to flight out of former British colony
A leading British human rights activist who has been a vocal critic of China’s erosion of Hong Kong’s political freedoms has been barred from entering the former colony on the eve of a key political summit in Beijing.
Benedict Rogers, the deputy chair of the Conservatives’ human rights commission, flew into Hong Kong on Wednesday morning on a Thai Airways flight from Bangkok but said he was stopped at immigration and refused entry.
Today I had great privilege of meeting with some of Hong Kong’s leading pro-democracy legislators and activists. I pledge to stand with them pic.twitter.com/9FxgB31wrL
Link : British Conservative party activist barred from entering Hong Kong