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US lawmaker urges China to expand religious freedoms

US Congressional House Majority Leader Eric Cantor arrives for a meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, at the Zhongnanhai leadership compound in Beijing, on April 24, 2014China should act to ensure religious freedoms, a top US opposition lawmaker said at the close of an Asia trip held as President Barack Obama also visits the region. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, the number-two Republican in the lower chamber of the US Congress, was speaking in China as a bipartisan congressional delegation he was leading concluded. “Religion is something that’s constitutionally protected for us, and we want to be able to promote that as a human right across the world,” Cantor told AFP from Shanghai late Saturday at the end of a trip to China, South Korea and Japan.

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