Meng Wanzhou's wings can not escape? Canadian Foreign Minister: Compliance with the U.S.-Canada Extradition Treaty
[New Tang Dynasty News on December 2018, 12]Huawei Vice President Meng Wanzhou IncidentIt continues to ferment. Recently, when talking about the Meng Wanzhou incident, the Canadian Foreign Minister said that he would abide by the extradition treaty signed with the United States. The US Secretary of State Pompeo also disclosed that the extradition process of Meng Wanzhou is in progress. There are various signs that Meng Wanzhou, who was temporarily released on bail and imprisoned at home, may have "fed out his wings and cannot escape."
The French Broadcasting Corporation reported on December 12 that Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said on the 22st that Canada abides by its international legal commitments, including the extradition treaty with the United States. She emphasized that the rule of law is the foundation of all free societies, and we will continue to defend and maintain this foundation.
She also said that Canada will not compromise and will not politicize legal requirements and legal proceedings.
At the same time, she asked Beijing to immediately release the two Canadians, who she said were "arbitrarily" detained in China. Regarding Canada's handling of the Meng Wanzhou case, she emphasized that the Canadian government followed "fair, just and transparent legal procedures."
Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng WanzhouArrested in Canada on December 12st on suspicion of helping Chinese technology companies evade US sanctions against Iran. The incident was made public on the 1th. After a brief silence, the CCP made high-profile negotiations. On the 5th, it arrested two Canadians. citizen.
On the 11th, the Canadian court held three hearings and ruled that Meng Wanzhou was temporarily released on bail by paying a bail of 3 million Canadian dollars.
On December 12, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (Mike Pompeo) criticized the CCP for detaining Canadian citizens at a press conference. He also emphasized that the United States is in the process of extradition of Meng Wanzhou, and trade negotiations between China and the United States are also underway.
Meng Wanzhou is currently under house arrest in Canada, awaiting extradition from the United States. The Canadian court requires the security company to monitor Meng Wanzhou 24 hours a day. In addition to worrying about her secretly absconding, it must also monitor whether she will come into contact with the CCP’s Guoan. Moreover, Meng Wanzhou has to pay for all the expenses related to security monitoring and monitoring of fetters.
The CCP also sent a large number of national securityMeng WanzhouSurveillance was implemented because she was worried that she would leak major CCP secrets. Report to the court at 2 pm on February 6 next year, and the Canadian court will arrange her time for the extradition hearing.
The British media BBC published an article by Yu Ping, a doctor of law at the University of Washington and the former director of the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Project China. It is not accidental that Meng Wanzhou was arrested by Canada. On August 8, the US Federal Eastern District Court of New York has issued a Meng Wanzhou’s arrest warrant.
Moreover, the US investigation of Huawei and other Chinese high-tech companies is not recent, and can be traced back more than ten years ago. Since then, the US has been closely following the actions of Huawei and its senior management. However, Meng Wanzhou's transit through Canada was captured in one fell swoop only because the US had known the situation.
According to the report, from a legal perspective, the reason why Canada cooperated with the U.S. Department of Justice's request to arrest Meng Wanzhou is because of the clear provisions of the extradition treaty signed between the United States and Canada. In the future, under the premise of compliance with Canadian laws, Canada is obliged to extradite Meng Wanzhou to the United States.
(Reported by reporter Li Yun/Editor in charge: Zhu Xinrui)