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Canada asks China to Mild

The canadian government has asked China, in the case of drug smuggling, sentenced to death in canadian indulgence. "We have spoken with the Ambassador of China in Canada and Mild asked."

This is the canadian Minister of foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland said on Tuesday. She stressed her country was against the death penalty because it is "inhumane and inappropriate." The government resisted every Time, if a canadian abroad, will be sentenced to death.


The case of the canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg has exacerbated tensions between Ottawa and Beijing. A court in northeastern China had convicted the 36-Year-old on Monday for drug smuggling to the death.

the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau has criticized this judgment sharp. The government in Beijing dismissed this as "irresponsible". The canadian government is stricter in addition, their travel advice for China shortly after China moved with the appropriate Travel information.

China Mengs fate

The tensions between the two countries after the arrest, Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver at the beginning of December exacerbated.

Schellenberg, who protested his innocence, may appeal against the death sentence within ten days. Experts believe that the case will go to the top of the Chinese court and this Institution is the court of appeal for so long in limbo, to Mengs's fate to be decided. (chk/sda)

Created: 16.01.2019, 04:15 PM

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