Canadian Parliament

On Nov. 6, 2014,  the Canadian Subcommittee on International Human Rights unanimously passed a motion condemning the Chinese regime’s practice of forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience.

The motion stated that the subcommittee “expresses its deep concern over the persistent and credible reports of systematic, state-sanctioned organ harvesting from non-consenting prisoners of conscience and members of religious and ethnic minority groups in the People’s Republic of China.”

The subcommittee “condemns and calls for an immediate end” to this practice.

It also asked the Canadian government to “discourage and prevent Canadians from taking part in transplant tourism, where the organs have not been obtained in an ethical, safe, and transparent fashion.”