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No role for China in Pacific policing, Australian minister says

By Kirsty Needham

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In complete agreement with Australia, calling it like it is.

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China doesn't always cooperate with other police organizations around teh world. That would go a long way towards building trust. For example, there are a number of Chinese nationals who have been caught defrauding people around the world, yet China will not extradite them to sit for those charges.

If China's police weren't used as spies and thugs when outside China, then the countries wouldn't be so against it.

I'm certain there are very good Chinese Police following not just the rule of law, but the spirit of the laws as well. But the Chinese Constitution requires all Chinese Citizens to help the CCP and fight against negative truths about China in other countries. Applying Chinese laws outside China is against international law.

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