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Canadian defense lawyer pointed out that the extradition of Meng Wanzhou violated international law.

Meng Wanzhou's application for a change in bail conditions was rejected

On May 27th local time, Meng Wanzhou, vice chairman and chief financial officer of Huawei, walked out of his residence in Vancouver, Canada, and went to court to hear the ruling.

December 18th according to documents released by the High Court of British Columbia, a written document submitted by Meng Wanzhou’s lawyer to the court, it is not only a violation of international law, but also damages Canada if it conspires with the United States authorities to take punitive action against a foreign citizen who has no relationship with the United States.

Take up the integrity of the judicial system.

Meng Wanzhou’s lawyer said that the U.S. judiciary has no right to subject Chinese citizens to the terms of the United States’s judiciary that are not accepted by other countries about what happened to a British bank outside the United States, that is, HSBC.

In response to the accusations of the United States, none of Meng Wanzhou’s actions occurred in the United States in whole or in part, and there was no actual connection with the United States.

On the 23rd, the court will schedule the trial of Meng Wanzhou’s extradition case in 2021, which is expected to last until May 2021.

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