In the case of the detained Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, China has accused the canadian authorities of a violation of human rights. The spokesman of the Chinese foreign Ministry, Lu Kang said, Ottawa had informed Beijing neither Mengs arrest, nor the necessary medical care for the 46-Year-old provided. It was an "inhuman treatment". According to a report by the canadian TV channel CBC Meng suffers from high blood pressure. You get in detention, however, drugs.
The Huawei Manager, who at the same time, Vice-Chairwoman and daughter of the group's founder, Ren Zhengfei, was arrested on Saturday a week ago at the instigation of the US authorities in Canada. Your up to 30 years in prison for "conspiracy to commit fraud by financial institutions are at risk of a conviction".
decision on bail application is yet to fall Monday
About a Deposit request, Mengs should be decided on Monday (local time) before a court in Vancouver. The Prosecutor urged that the rejection of the application. Meng have the funds available to arrange an escape to China, which has no extradition agreement with the United States, it was said to the grounds. Moreover, Meng was in possession of seven passports from Hong Kong and China, reported CBC.
The defense suggested during the hearing, Meng on bail and under constant Surveillance. The managing Director of the private security company Lions Gate Risk Management Group, Scott Filer, said his company could provide the technology for electronic Monitoring, a driver and a security team. In order to ensure that Meng adheres to bail conditions. By noon (local time) had not decided the court.More about
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to order, According to the canadian Prosecutor, the investigator, blame the Manager, to have a company called Skycom business with Iran and against U.S. sanctions violate. The Chinese government had summoned both the Ambassador of Canada, as well as the the USA to protest against the arrest. (dpa)