The U.S. Department of Justice has issued a statement that it will continue to seek the extradition of Meng Wanzhou.

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 The U.S. Department of Justice has issued a statement that it will continue to seek the extradition of Meng Wanzhou.


That will undoubtedly mean that the conflict between the United States and Canada over the Bangladesh Event and China will further escalate. We must abandon our illusions and prepare for more complex struggles and games.

First of all, the Chinese government and public opinion should continue to strengthen the exposition and condemnation of the violation of the basic legal spirit by the US and Canada, maintain diplomatic and public pressure on them, and not allow the sophistry of the US and Canada to go unimpeded internationally, as if Huawei had really committed a major crime. Catching Mengs late boat is clearly part of a series of actions by the United States to suppress Huawei. It is clear to the slightly savvy people around the world that the United States is acting in the name of law to prevent the rise of Chinas high-tech companies. However, many people are unwilling to poke the window paper out of fear of the United States and other interests, so the Chinese side in particular needs to insist on voicing.

If the Canadian side eventually assists the United States in extraditing Bangladesh, China will retaliate against both sides. This must be made clear to Washington and Ottawa without suspense.

But when the United States formally applies for the extradition of Meng Wanzhou, it does not mean that the extradition will take place immediately. Canadian courts then have a month to hear the evidence provided by the US side for extradition and decide whether to support extradition. Meng Late Boat can defend and appeal, and this process can be delayed for at least a few months, or even prolonged to several years.

Huawei, as a private company, is incapable of confronting the national system of the United States and Canada, but it can make every effort within the Canadian judicial system to maximize the extension of extradition procedures.

The motivation for the initiation of the Bangladesh Late Boat case is undoubtedly political, but since the United States and Canada have vowed to declare that this is a 100% law, it means that this political persecution must be strictly tested by the legal system of the United States and Canada. Now the game is in the Canadian stage.

Canada knows very well that it is caught between the two major countries of the United States and China, and is involved in the whirlpool of geopolitical disputes. They feel that it is not easy to play a loyal brother to the United States. They feel that they have suffered on behalf of the United States. Emphasizing that they are acting according to law is their self-spiritual support in the current predicament. As for any evidence of political persecution in this case, Canadian public opinion will be very sensitive, which actually accumulates potential favorable factors for Mengs defense and appeal.

Canada is normally a rule-of-law country, with a strong emphasis on procedural and evidentiary aspects. Such a case of repressing high-tech companies and persecuting their executives will also have loopholes in how to dress up in the legal direction. Huaweis public statements show that it is confident of doing something in the coming litigation process. As this is indeed a persecution motivated by political motives, with the passage of time, China-US relations may undergo some subtle changes at any time, leading to some opportunities, which will dilute or cover the political motives of persecuting Meng Wanzhou. Ultimately, the hope of the wilderness should not be abandoned. The arrest of Mengs late boat set an extremely bad precedent. How China reacts will affect the outside worlds understanding of Chinas national strength and will. China should not be angry or cowardly. We should take corresponding actions step by step so as to fight back firmly and orderly. To make it clear to the outside world that the Chinese people do things reasonably, forcefully and systematically, persecuting Chinese citizens and violating Chinas interests, the state and forces will not pay the price. China has the ability and determination to maintain such expectations from the outside world. Source: Global Times - Global Network. More exciting, please log on to the World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Qiao Jing_N6607

Canada is normally a rule-of-law country, with a strong emphasis on procedural and evidentiary aspects. Such a case of repressing high-tech companies and persecuting their executives will also have loopholes in how to dress up in the legal direction. Huaweis public statements show that it is confident of doing something in the coming litigation process.

As this is indeed a persecution motivated by political motives, with the passage of time, China-US relations may undergo some subtle changes at any time, leading to some opportunities, which will dilute or cover the political motives of persecuting Meng Wanzhou. Ultimately, the hope of the wilderness should not be abandoned.

The arrest of Mengs late boat set an extremely bad precedent. How China reacts will affect the outside worlds understanding of Chinas national strength and will. China should not be angry or cowardly. We should take corresponding actions step by step so as to fight back firmly and orderly. To make it clear to the outside world that the Chinese people do things reasonably, forcefully and systematically, persecuting Chinese citizens and violating Chinas interests, the state and forces will not pay the price. China has the ability and determination to maintain such expectations from the outside world.