News
 Travel
 Hotels
 Tickets
 Living
 Immigration
 Forum

Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has offered advice to change Meng Wanzhou civil case to pay a huge sum of money to leave, plus two people can then exchange prison

Source: www.rfi.fr
[Current News]     15 Jul 2020
Mr. rudd, a former australian prime minister, wrote: hill china communications giant Huawei vice-chairman and chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou the long-running extradition case, exacerbating tensions between china and the u. s.and leading to a trough in relationship. Mr rudd (KevinRudd), australia's former prime minister, who is currently chairman of the institute of policy studies for asian a...
Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has offered advice to change Meng Wanzhou civil case to pay a huge sum of money to leave, plus two people can then exchange prison

Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd


Author: Hill


The long-running extradition case Meng Wanzhou china's communications-equipment giant Huawei vice-chairman and chief financial officer has exacerbated tensions relationship china and the us, while driving the relationship to a trough. Mr rudd (Kevin Rudd), australia's former prime minister, who is currently chairman of the institute of policy studies for asian associations, believes that to break the deadlock, the us should consider turning Meng Wanzhou case into a civil case or ending it with a huge fine, which would help the two canadians to be released. The comment is that mr lu has no choice but to offer it, and beijing has never claimed arrest two canadians had nothing to do with Meng Wanzhou case. Canada authorities refused to trade with judicial independence.

The U. S.-China Kok Meng Wanzhou case has been protracted and Australia's former prime minister has broken the deadlock, the Hong Kong economic Daily reported today.

Canadian police arrested him at the request of the United States during his transit in Canada in December Huawei Meng Wanzhou 2018. Subsequently, two Canadians, Kang Mingkai (Michael Kovrig) and Michael (Michael Spavor), were detained in China on suspicion of activities endangering China's national security.

According to former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, the US should consider treating the Meng Wanzhou case as a civil case, which may break the deadlock. According to Canadian media reports, Kevin Rudd said in an interview with the media that any action taken by the Canadian government will not allow China to release two Canadians detained in retaliation for the Meng Wanzhou case. But he suggested that if the United States converted the Meng Wanzhou case from a criminal case to a civil case, it might be helpful.

According to Kevin Rudd, the action is the responsibility of the US judicial authorities. If the US continues to treat it as a criminal case, Canada ' s extradition process will continue. It is wise to treat the case as a civil case rather than a criminal case. "I believe the United States should have done similar things in the past." If the case is resolved as a civil issue, it may end up with a huge fine.

Last month, the chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs speaker zhao lijian quoted kang mingkai's wife as saying in an interview that the canadian judicial minister had the right to terminate Meng Wanzhou extradition proceedings at any time, consistent with the rule of law and "conducive to solving the problems of the two canadian citizen ".

The newspaper said Canada's Prime Minister Trudeau (Justin Trudeau) responded by refusing to exchange Huawei Meng Wanzhou for two Canadian detainees in China, saying it would set a bad precedent and hurt Canada's interests. He stressed that political pressure or arbitrariness could not be allowed to arrest Canada citizen, affect the functioning of the Canadian judicial system.

Post a comment

0
0
使用微信“扫一扫”
打开网页后点击右上角“分享按钮”
0
 您已成功为本文点赞!
感谢您的参与
Elevator