Published on November 14, 2018 | by LawNews
Prof. Julian Ku Quoted on Consequence of Meng Hongwei’s Arrest in Washington Free Beacon
China’s Communist Party Expands Control Under Xi
Party taking over government, report says
By Bill Gertz
Washington Free Beacon
Nov. 13, 2018
The National Supervisory Commission was behind the unusual disappearance and detention in October during a visit to China of Meng Hongwei, president of the international police organization Interpol and a vice minister of public security.
The report said that Meng, who later resigned from Interpol, was a victim of China’s new “liuzhi,” or extrajudicial punishment policy created by the National Supervisory Commission.
The arrest “should cause the rest of the world to think harder about how to respond to China’s … campaign to build legitimacy and influence among international organizations,” Julian Ku, professor at Hofstra University School of Law said of Meng’s disappearance and arrest.
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