Denmark widens probe into police and pro-Tibet protesters
COPENHAGEN, Denmark – Denmark’s govt is widening a Parliament-appointed probe into how police treated pro-Tibet protesters all the way through a 2012 Chinese language presidential discuss with to incorporate all authentic visits from China for the previous 23 years.
Justice Minister Soeren Pape Poulsen mentioned Thursday “questions” have surfaced as how police tackled identical protesters all the way through Chinese language visits in 1995, 2002 and 2011.
All the way through President Hu Jintao’s 2012 discuss with, police vehicles blocked demonstrators’ view of the Chinese language delegation and Tibetan flags have been taken from demonstrators.
A 2015 investigation into the occasions concluded in December that police leaders had violated demonstrators’ proper to loose speech. Two main officials, who have been answerable for the protection, have since been transferred to different jobs.