After the death sentence against a canadian in China, has asked the Minister of Freeland Beijing to Mild. She called the punishment "inhumane and inappropriate". The Chinese leadership refuses to tolerate criticism.
The canadian foreign Minister, Chrystia Freeland has asked for one in China, sentenced to death in Canadians to Mild. "We have already spoken to China's Ambassador in Canada and a petition for clemency lodged," she said, and criticized the death penalty: "We believe that it is inhuman and uncalled for, and whenever she threatens a canadian citizen or someone else, we are against it."
The 36-year-old Robert Lloyd Schellenberg was sentenced in November in China for drug smuggling to 15 years in prison. On Monday, the Chinese justice had converted that penalty into a sentence of death.
After the arrest, Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver at the beginning of December, the case of the strained relations between Ottawa and Beijing on a further sample.
The Chinese broadcaster CCTV shows the offender canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg before the court."China's legal sovereignty, respect"
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau criticized the verdict as "arbitrary", the canadian government tightened its travel advice to China. A little later, China moved in with corresponding adjustments in the Travel information.
The spokeswoman of the Chinese foreign Ministry, Hua Chunying, urged the canadian government "to respect the rule of law and China's legal sovereignty, to correct any errors, and no irresponsible comments".
China is not the only country to go against drug crimes, as these are the company's damaged an extremely. Hua stressed that all people were equal before the law.