Attorney against the suspension of proceedings in Meng’s surrender case


Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou arrived at the British Columbia Supreme Court to attend her surrender hearing in Vancouver on August 9, 2021. (Canadian Press / Darryl Dyck)

Vancouver — Canada’s Attorney General’s lawyer is expected to oppose the suspension of the proceedings in Huawei’s executive Meng Wanzhou’s deportation case.

Today’s debate is expected to be the last of the actual hand-over trials in Meng’s case before it begins in the British Columbia Supreme Court later this week.

The Chief Financial Officer’s lawyer argues that since his arrest in 2018, the only appropriate remedy for the list of abuses she claims to have been to destroy the case.

Alleged abuses range from political interference by then-US President Donald Trump to deliberate poor note-taking by Canadian police and border guards, but Royal lawyers have denied fraud. increase.

Meng is being sought in the United States for bank fraud, which both she and Huawei have denied.

Hearing for her delivery is scheduled to end by August 20th.

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