Editor's note: Communication industry expert Mr. Xiang Ligang said on Weibo that the world is welcoming 5G, which has become anxious about this Western country. 4GTo date, the number of base stations in the United States is only 30%10,000, while the number of base stations in China has exceeded 300 > 10,000, it is the gap of 4G, which has caused China's high-speed development in the fields of mobile e-commerce, mobile payment, shared bicycle, and sharing economy, and has already distanced itself from the world. If 5G pulls away the distance, it will not only be an ordinary person’s life, but may be an overall improvement in social management and economic capabilities. The United States around the world to China's 5G network equipment vendors Huawei Blocking, reflects this anxiety.
According to Bloomberg News, on Monday, the US Department of Justice officially submitted extradition documents to the Canadian authorities to extradite Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Xizhou.
In addition, the Ministry of Justice also announced a formal lawsuit against Huawei, saying that Huawei was suspected of stealing T-Mobile's trade secrets. The allegations stem from a civil commercial lawsuit called "Tappy" filed by T-Mobile in 2014 that can be used to test smartphones.
It is understood that in the indictment in Brooklyn, New York, the United States accused Huawei's two subsidiaries and their chief financial officer of allegedly trading with Iran. The Washington State indictment alleged that the company had stolen T-Mobile's trade secrets.
Earlier, the Canadian ambassador to the United States, McNaughton, said that the United States has informed the Canadian government that it plans to continue to formally request the extradition of Huawei’s chief financial officer, Meng Xiazhou, on charges of violating US sanctions against Iran.
US Department of Justice spokesperson Marc Raimondi is in a copy The statement said: "We will continue to extradite the accused Ms. Meng Xizhou, and the extradition application will be carried out within the time limit set by the Canada-US extradition treaty." "We are very grateful to Canada for continuing to support us and work together to implement the rule of law."
However, upon receipt of a formal request, the lawyer of the International Justice Group of the Canadian Department of Justice must decide within 30 days whether a “continuation right” will be issued, which authorizes an extradition hearing in front of the High Court Judge, and the court will consider whether or not to consent to the extradition. The person arrested. If the US request complies with Canada's request for extradition to the United States, Canada cannot refuse to issue a “continuation right”.
Canada’s recently appointed Minister of Justice, David Lametti, will make a final decision on whether Meng Zhouzhou will be extradited. Meng Xizhou has several opportunities to appeal the decision, and the final decision may be postponed to several months or even years later.
Therefore, even if the United States makes an application, it does not mean that this can be successfully extradited.
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