- A delegation of Uyghur Muslims has met with politicians in Canberra.
- The members of the group say sanctions should be imposed against Chinese officials over actions in Xinjiang.
- The call comes after Anthony Albanese met with Xi Jinping last week.
The group, alongside Amnesty International, requested a meeting with Foreign Minister Penny Wong but were unable to secure one due to time constraints.
She also urged the government to back a private member’s bill introduced in the Senate about slave labour, and said if they were serious about stopping products from entering the country “tainted” by it they would support the bill.
“Women would also be tortured in various ways, including sexual abuse,” she said.