Huawei director may be stuck between Canada and the US

Huawei director may be stuck between Canada and the US 4

The legal team of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Manh Van Chu, who was arrested in Canada at the end of 2018, has recently tried to make many arguments for the Canadian court to have Ms. Meng extradited to the US at the request of the US.

`In more than 90% of the extradition cases I have worked on between Canada and the US, the US is usually the party making the extradition request and in nearly all cases, the Canadian side will accept the request. That seems to have become the case.

Canadian lawyers believe that Canada does not usually arrest and does not have the authority to arrest a leader of a foreign corporation when the relevant incident does not occur on Canadian territory, unless required by international law.

Ms. Manh, 48 years old, daughter of billionaire Nham Chinh Phi, founder of Huawei group, was arrested by Canada while in transit at Vancouver International Airport in December 2018 at the request of the US.

Ms. Manh Van Chu left her home to go to the hearing in Vancouver, Canada on December 7.

Huawei’s legal team continues to focus on evidence that Canadian police and border guards violated Meng Wanzhou’s rights by interrogating her and searching her devices for three hours at the airport without a warrant.

Lawyer Botting said that the exchange of information between the police of Canada and the United States is unlikely to be a favorable argument for Ms. Manh’s case.

Botting said that `it will be a long process` for the Canadian court to dismiss the extradition request for Ms. Meng, when the country’s judges are still `hesitant` in making a decision.

But he did not rule out the possibility that the Huawei director’s extradition could be affected by new tensions between Canada and the new administration of US President Joe Biden.

`There will likely be reciprocal agreements between the two sides. For example, Canada stated that if the US wants the country to continue extraditing, Washington must stop interfering in the oil pipeline project or provide

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