Extradition hearing of Meng Wanzhou case

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 Extradition hearing of Meng Wanzhou case


The Justice Department of Canada said in a statement that the minister has not made any decision related to extradition. Unless a judge entrusts him to make a decision, only then will the Minister of justice decide whether to hand over Bangladesh to the country requesting extradition (the United States), which is in line with the independence of Canadas judicial system..

Yves tiberghien, a professor of political science at the University of British Columbia and an expert on Asia, said that Canadas attorney general could suspend judicial proceedings at any time according to law, but did not use the power in reality, and now doing so is fraught with political risks. It is true that the case is costly. In essence, at a time when China has become the worlds second largest economy and second largest power, Canada China relations are frozen, he said. On the other hand, since the case has been more than a year in the past, Canada has always claimed that the case is reasonable and legitimate and that it strictly abides by the rule of law. If we interfere now, it looks like were crushed. The expert said that if the court hearing goes ahead as planned, the attorney general would be more willing to wait for a decision, it would be much clearer if it was decided by the court. Then there will be no doubt. (Wang Huicong)

Yves tiberghien, a professor of political science at the University of British Columbia and an expert on Asia, said that Canadas attorney general could suspend judicial proceedings at any time according to law, but did not use the power in reality, and now doing so is fraught with political risks. It is true that the case is costly. In essence, at a time when China has become the worlds second largest economy and second largest power, Canada China relations are frozen, he said. On the other hand, since the case has been more than a year in the past, Canada has always claimed that the case is reasonable and legitimate and that it strictly abides by the rule of law. If we interfere now, it looks like were crushed. The expert said that if the court hearing goes ahead as planned, the attorney general would be more willing to wait for a decision, it would be much clearer if it was decided by the court. Then there will be no doubt. (Wang Huicong)