23國聯署中国違中英聯合聲明 23 countries coalition against the ‘flagrant breach of the Sino-British Joint Declaration’

香港監察發布新聞稿,來自23個國家的議員和政要就中國擬實施「國安法」一事組成聯盟反對,並指出「國安法」違反一國兩制。聯盟由前港督彭定康領頭,稱為《彭督聯署》。聯盟成員不斷增加中,現已達200名政要。

Press release from Hong Kong Watch, 198 MP and policy makers from 23 countries issued a statement decrying Beijing’s ‘unilateral introduction of national security legislation in Hong Kong,’ and calling for sympathetic governments to unite against this ‘flagrant breach of the Sino-British Joint Declaration’. The statement expressed that the National Security Law violate the “One Country Two System” and

正在競逐加拿大保守黨黨魁的現任國會議員奧圖爾亦指出,國安法違反一國兩制原則,強調香港自由彌足珍貴,促請北京放它一馬。

《彭督聯署》加拿大版本如下:

《彭督聯署》
由前英國駐香港總督彭定康帶領,23個國家的198名國會議員和政要組成的聯盟,呼籲國際政府團結一致抗衡北京政府「公然違反《中英聯合聲明》」。
該跨黨派國際聯盟包括10名現任和前任加拿大國會議員,今(5月23日)發表聲明,譴責北京「單方面在香港引入國家安全法」,並呼籲有良心的政府團結一致反對這項「公然違反《中英聯合聲明》」的舉動。
該聯盟由前港督彭定康勳爵和英國前外交大臣聶偉敬爵士帶領,聯盟成員具有豐富的專業知識和經驗,包括前總理、外長、國防部長,著名法律和人權專家、外交官、參議員和國會議員。 
巴恩斯勳爵彭定康表示:「聯署聲明顯示,中國政府決定單方面在香港實施國家安全法,在國際間爆發爭議。這支持香港的聯盟遍及所有政黨和世界四大洲,反映香港處境嚴峻,以及一國兩制原則持續獲得國際一致支持。」
英國前外交大臣兼「香港監察」贊助人聶偉敬爵士說:「此乃自九七以來中國政府對香港人最嚴重的威脅。香港人需要並值得我們支持。」
這聯署撐港的國際聯盟來自北美、英國、歐洲至南亞和澳洲各門各派,當中包括自由派、保守派、社會主義者和無特定政治取向的決策者。這因為大眾對香港前途的關注是跨國界及跨政治意識形態的。
「香港監察」聯合創辦人兼主席羅傑斯指出﹕「香港民主已死,我們所有人都應深切關注,希望這份由無分政見與國界的國際聲明,明確向北京表達:世界不會任由一國兩制一夜消失。」
加拿大保守黨現任國會議員奧圖爾(Erin O’Toole)表示:「我深切關注中國共產政府將於香港單方面實施的國安法,此舉會影響香港自治。這嚴刑峻法有違「一國兩制」原則。香港自由彌足珍貴,我促請中國共產政府放它一馬。」

A cross-party international coalition of 198 parliamentarians and policymakers from 23 countries, including 10 current and former Canadian legislators, today issued a statement decrying Beijing’s ‘unilateral introduction of national security legislation in Hong Kong,’ and calling for sympathetic governments to unite against this ‘flagrant breach of the Sino-British Joint Declaration’.
Led by the former Governor of Hong Kong, Lord Patten, and the former UK Foreign Secretary, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, the coalition comprises of a depth of expertise and experience including former prime ministers, foreign secretaries, defence ministers, prominent legal and human
rights experts, diplomats, Senators, and Members of Parliament.
Lord Patten of Barnes said: “The statement shows growing and widespread international outrage at the decision by the Chinese government to unilaterally impose national security legislation in Hong Kong. The breadth of support, which spans all political parties and four continents, reflects both the severity of the situation and ongoing unified international support
for the principle of one-country, two-systems.”
Former UK Foreign Secretary and Hong Kong Watch Patron, Sir Malcolm Rifkind said: “This is the most serious threat to the people of Hong Kong that there has been from the Chinese Government since 1997. The people of Hong Kong need, and deserve, our support”
Former UK Foreign Secretary and Hong Kong Watch Patron, Sir Malcolm Rifkind said: “This is the most serious threat to the people of Hong Kong that there has been from the Chinese Government since 1997. The people of Hong Kong need, and deserve, our support” This international coalition brought together to stand in solidarity with Hong Kong spans from North America, the UK, and Europe to South Asia and Australia. It includes policymakers from across the political divide, encompassing Liberal, Conservative, Socialist, and those of no particular ideology. As concerns for the future of Hong Kong cut across both political ideology and geographic boundaries.
Commenting on the publication of the international statement, Hong Kong Watch’s co-founder and Chair, Benedict Rogers said: “The death of democracy in Hong Kong should be of grave concern to us all. We hope that this international statement from policymakers across the political and geographic divide will send a clear message to Beijing that the world will not meekly consent to the dismantling of the ‘One, Country Two Systems’ Model overnight.”
Joint Statement from 198 Signatories
We, the co-signed, write to express grave concerns about the unilateral introduction of national security legislation by Beijing in Hong Kong.
This is a comprehensive assault on the city’s autonomy, rule of law, and fundamental freedoms. The integrity of one-country, two-systems hangs by a thread.
It is the genuine grievances of ordinary Hong Kongers that are driving protests. Draconian laws will only escalate the situation further, jeopardising Hong Kong’s future as an open Chinese international city.
If the international community cannot trust Beijing to keep its word when it comes to Hong Kong, people will be reluctant to take its word on other matters. Sympathetic governments must unite to say that this flagrant breach of the Sino-British Joint Declaration cannot be tolerated.
Canada Conservative Party MP Erin O’Toole said: “I am deeply concerned at the Communist Government in China’s new security law and its effect on Hong Kong’s autonomy. This draconian law is contrary to the terms guaranteed under the “one country, two systems” principle. I urge China’s communist government to preserve Hong Kong’s cherished freedoms.”

聯署名單(按英文字母順序)Alphabetical list of signatories
前港督彭定康 Rt. Hon Lord Patten of Barnes, former Governor of Hong Kong
英國前國防部長聶偉敬 Rt. Hon Sir Malcolm Rifkind, former Foreign Secretary and Defence Secretary:
美國 USA
Members of the Senate
Senator Benjamin L Cardin, Ranking Member of the Senate Small Business Committee
Senator Ted Cruz, Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Senator Edward J Markey, Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific,
and International Cybersecurity Policy
Senator Robert Menendez, Ranking Member, Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Senator Marco Rubio, Acting Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee
Members of the House of Representatives
Congressman Robert B Aderholt
Congressman Ami Bera, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, and Nonproliferation, House Foreign Affairs Committee
Congressman Eliot L Engel, Chairman of US House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs
Congressman Mike Gallagher
Congressman Vicky Hartzler
Congressman Michael T McCaul, ranking member of US House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs
Congressman James McGovern, co-chair of the Congressional Executive Commission on China
Congressman Adam B Schiff, Chairman of the US House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Congressman Adam Smith, Chairman of US House of Representatives Committee on Armed Services
Congressman Christopher Smith, former Chair of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee
Congressman Tom Suozzi
Congressman Ted Yoho, ranking member of the Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, and Nonproliferation, US House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs
Former Ambassadors
Grover Joseph Rees, former USA Ambassador to East Timor
英國UK
Members of Parliament
Debbie Abrams MP, former Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
Gareth Bacon MP
Andrew Bowie MP
Andrew Bridgen MP
Anthony Browne MP
Fiona Bruce MP, Chair of the Conservative Party Human Rights Commission
Chris Bryant MP, Member of the UK Foreign Affairs Committee
Alistair Carmichael MP, Liberal Democrats Foreign Affairs Spokesman
Wendy Chamberlain MP
Sarah Champion MP, Chair of the International Development Committee
Daisy Cooper MP
Rt. Hon Ed Davey MP, Leader of the Liberal Democrats and former Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change
Geraint Davies MP
Dehenna Davison MP
Stephen Double MP
Peter Dowd MP, former Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury
Tim Farron MP, former Leader of the Liberal Democrats
Simon Fell MP
Rt. Hon Liam Fox MP, former Defence Secretary and International Trade Secretary
Rt. Hon Damian Green MP, former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Cabinet Office
Jonathan Gullis MP
Andrew Gwynne MP, former Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government
Antony Higginbottom MP
Wera Hobhouse MP
Kevin Hollinrake MP
Christine Jardine MP
Imran Khan MP
Daniel Kawczynski MP
Craig Mackinlay MP
Paul Maynard MP
Stewart M McDonald MP, Member of the UK Foreign Affairs Committee
Gagan Mohindra MP
Layla Moran MP
Kieran Mullen MP
Sarah Olney MP
Tom Randall MP
Rob Roberts MP
Bob Seely MP, Member of the UK Foreign Affairs Committee
Andrew Selous MP
Rt. Hon Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP, former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and Leader of the Conservative Party
Alyn Smith MP, Scottish Nationalist Party Spokesman on International Affairs
Jamie Stone MP
Tom Tugendhat MP, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee
Jamie Wallis MP
James Wild MP
Munira Wilson MP
Members of the House of Lords
Lord Alton of Liverpool
Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle, former Leader of the Green Party
Rt. Hon Baroness Boothroyd of Sandwell, former Speaker of the House of Commons
Lord Hannay of Chiswick, former UK Ambassador to the United Nations
Lord Hogan-Howe of Sheffield, former Metropolitan Police Commissioner
Rt. Hon Lord Howard of Lympne, former Home Secretary and Leader of the Conservative Party
Baroness Kennedy QC of the Shaws
Rt. Hon Lord King of Bridgewater, former Defence Secretary and Northern Ireland Secretary
Former Members of Parliament
Rt. Hon John Bercow, former Speaker of the House of Commons and former MP
Rt. Hon David Miliband, former Foreign Secretary and MP
Rt. Hon Rory Stewart, former Secretary of State for International Development and former MP
Rt. Hon Jack Straw, former Foreign Secretary, Home Secretary, and Justice Secretary and former MP
Former Ambassadors
Sir David Manning, former UK Ambassador to the United States of America
Members of the Scottish Parliament
Ross Greer MSP, Scottish Green External Affairs Spokesperson
歐盟EU
Former EU Special Envoys
Jan Figel, former Deputy Prime Minister of Slovakia and EU Special Envoy for Promotion
Freedom of Religion or Belief outside of the EU
Members of the European Parliament
Petras Austrevicuis MEP (Renew Europe, Lithuania)
Jose Ramon Bauza Diaz MEP (Renew Europe, Spain)
Francois-Xavier Bellamy MEP (European People’s Party, France)
Vladimír Bilčík MEP (European People’s Party, Slovakia)
Reinhard Buetikofer MEP (Greens, Germany)
Katalin Cseh MEP (Renew Europe, Hungary)
Pascal Durand MEP (Renew Europe, France)
Engin Eroglu MEP (Renew Europe, Germany)
Anna Fotyga MEP, (European Conservatives & Reformists) Poland former Foreign Secretary of Poland
Michael Gahler MEP (European People’s Party, Germany)
Evelyne Gebhardt MEP (Socialists & Democrats, Germany)
Markéta Gregorová MEP (Greens, Czech Republic)
Bernard Guetta MEP (Renew Europe, France)
Rasa Jukneviciene MEP, (European People’s Party, Lithuania) former Minister of Defence of Lithuania and former President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly
Eugen Jurzyca MEP (European Conservatives & Reformists, Slovakia)
Karin Karlsbro MEP (Renew Europe, Sweden)
Moritz Körner MEP (Renew Europe, Germany)
Andrius Kubilius MEP (European People’s Party, Lithuania), former Prime Minister of Lithuania
Miriam Lexmann MEP (European People’s Party, Slovakia)
Javier Nart MEP (Renew Europe, Spain)
Lucia Ďuriš Nicholsonová MEP (European Conservatives & Reformists, Slovakia)
Urmas Paet MEP (Renew Europe, Estonia), former Foreign Secretary of Estonia
Peter Pollák MEP (European People’s Party, Slovakia)
Michaela Šojdrová MEP (European People’s Party, Czech Republic)
Ivan Štefanec MEP (European People’s Party, Slovakia)
Romana Tomc MEP (European People’s Party, Slovenia)
Hilde Vautmans MEP (Renew Europe, Belgium)
Guy Verhofstadt MEP (Renew Europe, Belgium), former Prime Minister of Belgium
德國Germany
Margarete Bause MP, Green Party Spokeswoman for Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid
Peter Heidt MP
Eckhard Gnodtke MP
Gyde Jensen MP, the Chair of the Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid Committee
瑞典Sweden
Joar Forssell MP
Hampus Hagman MP
David Josefsson MP
Kerstin Lundgren MP
Frederik Malm MP
Niels Paarup-Petersen MP
Lorentz Tovatt MP
丹麥Denmark
Viggo Fischer MP
愛爾蘭Ireland
Senator Ronan Mullen
立陶宛Lithuania
Mantas Adomenas MP
Arvydas Anusauskas MP
Audronius Azubalis MP, former Minister of Foreign Affairs
Laurynas Kasciunas MP
Gabrielius Landsbergis MP
Radvilė Morkunaite-Mikuleniene MP
Emanuelis Zingeris MP, Chair of the Subcommittee on Transatlantic Relations and Democratic Development
Žygimantas Pavilionis MP, former Ambassador of Lithuania to the United States of America
斯洛伐克Slovakia
Members of Parliament
Alojz Baránik MP
Ján Benčík MP
Peter Cmorej MP
Ondrej Dostál MP
Gábor Grendel MP, Deputy Speaker
Jarmila Halgašová MP
Radovan Kazda MP
Miroslav Kollár MP
Vladimíra Marcinková MP
Peter Osuský MP
Peter Pollák MP
Juraj Šeliga MP, Deputy Speaker
Andrej Stančík MP
Romana Tabák MP
Marián Viskupič MP
Anna Zemanová MP
Miroslav Žiak MP
Jana Žitňanská MP
Former Member of Parliament
František Šebej, former MP and Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee
捷克 Czech Republic
Jan Lipavsky MP
加拿大Canada
Members of Parliament
國會議員,影子國防部長詹貝贊 James Bezan MP, Shadow Minister for National Defence
國會議員趙錦榮Kenny Chiu MP
Ed Fast, former International Trade Minister
國會議員,影子多元文化部長詹努斯 Garnett Genuis MP, Shadow Minister for Multiculturalism & Canada-China Relations
國會議員,前影子外交部長奧圖爾 Erin O’Toole MP, former Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs
國會議員威廉生 John Williamson MP
Members of the Senate
參議員侯沙哥 Senator Leo Housakos, former Speaker of the Senate
參議員詹滿生 Senator Jim Munson
參議員吳清海 Senator Thanh Hai Ngo
Former Ministers
前司法部長高特拿 Irwin Colter, former Minister of Justice and Attorney General
前亞太區外長及國會議員喬戈 David Kilgour, former Canadian Secretary of State for Asia-Pacific and former MP
Former Premiers
前安省省長及國會議員李博 Bob Rae, former Premier of Ontario and Federal MP
馬來西亞Malaysia
Andrew Khoo, Advocate and Solicitor, High Court of Malaya in Malaysia, former Co-Chair of the Human Rights Committee, Bar Council Malaysia
Charles Santiago MP, Chair of ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights
緬甸Myanmar
U Kyaw Min San, Member of the Bago Regional Parliament and former legal adviser to the International Commission of Jurists Office
南韓South Korea
Jung-Hoon Lee, former Ambassador for Human Rights
印度India
Dr John Dayal, former President of the All India Catholic Union and Member of the National Integration Council
印尼Indonesia
Rafendi Djamin, former Representative of Indonesia to the ASEAN Inter-Governmental Commission on Human Rights
Yuyun Wahyuningrum, Representative of Indonesia to the ASEAN Inter-Governmental Commission on Human Rights
澳洲Australia
Members of Parliament
Kevin Andrews MP, Former Australian Defence Minister, Chairman of the Human Rights subcommittee of the Australian Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence, and Trade
Vicki Dunne MP
Andrew Hastie MP, Chairman of the Parliamentary Joint Committee for Intelligence and Security, Australia
Ian Goodenough MP
Peter Khalil MP, Member of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence, and Trade
Janelle Saffin MP
Dave Sharma MP
Phillip Thompson MP, Member of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade
Tim Wilson MP
Members of the Senate
Senator Eric Abetz, former Leader of the Government in the Senate
Senator Alex Antic
Senator Slade Brockman
Senator Matthew Canavan, former Minister for Resources
Senator Claire Chandler
Senator David Fawcett, Chair of the Joint Standing Committee Foreign Affairs, Defence, and Trade, former Assistant Minister for Defence
Senator Kimberley Kitching, Shadow Assistant Minister for Government Accountability and member of the Joint Standing Committee Foreign Affairs, Defence, and Trade
Senator Matthew O’Sullivan
Senator James Paterson
Senator Tony Sheldon
Senator Amanda Stoker
紐西蘭New Zealand
Simeon Brown MP
Marama Davidson MP, co-leader of the Green Party
Simon O’Connor MP, Chair of the Foreign Affairs, Defence, and Trade Committee

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