"The Vienna Declaration guarantees democracy and human rights, but in Hong Kong they are seriously attacked," Ho said in her brief address to the UN body.
China's delegation interrupted Ho's speech twice through procedural motions. First, she accused Ho of having violated the UN constitution by calling Hong Kong a country rather than a part of China, and urged her to use "formulations that conform to UN rules."
Ho ended her speech by calling on the United Nations to convene an urgent meeting to "protect the people of Hong Kong" and remove China from the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Weeks of Protests
The Hong Kong government says the bill merely closes a gap to allow suspected criminals to be extradited to areas where there are no official extradition treaties, including Taiwan, Macao and mainland China.
After the protests, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam suspended the bill. While it did not specify a timetable for resuming the debate on legislation, it indicated that it was unlikely to happen this year.
On Tuesday, Lam repeated that "the bill is dead", but stopped again formally withdraw It is a movement that protesters want to prevent the legislative process is easily resumed.
"The people of Hong Kong have had enough with the Hong Kongers Konger government is not listening to their votes," Ho said in an interview with Swiss television after her speech.
"This extradition law is only one trigger of all the frustrations that have occurred in the last 1