Scott Perry: New Bill Strips CCP leaders of Sovereign Immunity.

U.S. Representative Scott Perry (PA-10) recently introduced legislation to add the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to the Top International Criminal Organizations Target (TICOT) list.

If passed, what are the implications of this legislation? Will Chinese diplomats and CCP leaders be targeted after being stripped of sovereign immunity? What about other Chinese Communist Party members in the U.S.? Will this further push the U.S. and China down the path of decoupling? Zooming In’s Simone Gao asked Representative Scott Perry, the man responsible for the legislation, these questions.

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