The international community is concerned about the human rights situation in Hong Kong. A group of cross-party parliamentarians in the United Kingdom issued the latest investigation report on the Hong Kong anti-Extradition Law movement, stating that humanitarian workers were treated “excessively by the police” during the movement. It is recommended that, the UK government sanction those senior officials who allow police violence, including Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam and Commissioner of Police Chris Tang Ping–keung.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group Hong Kong formed by members of the UK House of Commons, and House of Lords has been investigating the actions of the Hong Kong Police Force during the anti-Extradition Law campaign in March 2020. Whether international humanitarian law and principles, and the standards and requirements set by the Sino-British Joint Declaration are in conflict, an 80-page investigation report was released on Tuesday, 4th of August.