IPAC Statement on Attempts to Implicate Secretariat Members in the Trial of Jimmy Lai

The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC) strongly condemns attempts to implicate members of its secretariat in the sham trial of UK citizen Jimmy Lai.  The naming of IPAC executive director Luke de Pulford and IPAC’s Japan director, Shiori Yamao (now Kanno), together with other human rights defenders as “co-conspirators” in Mr Lai’s trial is an […]

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IPAC Statement on Reported Interference in the Belgium Parliament

We the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China deplore reported interference in the Belgian Parliament by the People’s Republic of China (PRC). It is alleged that efforts were made by a Belgian politician acting under the influence of the PRC to frustrate a parliamentary initiative to recognise suspected atrocities against Uyghurs and other minorities in China. In […]

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IPAC Statement on Critical Raw Materials

We, the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China, firmly believe that de-risking by reducing our countries’ dependencies on the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is a strategic imperative. In this context, we pledge to work together to ensure secure, ethical and sustainable access to critical raw materials, including in extraction and processing. Critical raw materials are crucial […]

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IPAC Security Recommendations for United Kingdom Parliamentarians

Following a series of Security Service Interference Alerts that have been issued to United Kingdom Members of Parliament, IPAC members in the UK worked with the IPAC Secretariat to prepare the following recommendations for improving the security of Parliamentarians across Westminster. These recommendations were sent to the Speakers of the House of Lords and the […]

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