Huawei sued 16 departments of the U.S. government: deliberately delaying the disclosure of information on the Meng Wanzhou case
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according to the CBC China chemical industry transfer investment focus nbsp; Aiming at the new materials division 4, an indictment from the federal court in Washington, D.C., showed that Huawei had filed a lawsuit in the United States accusing 16 departments of the U.S. government of deliberately delaying the disclosure of a number of documents related to the arrest of Meng Wanzhou. These documents include the communication records related to the case between various departments in the United States, as well as the communication records of U.S. law enforcement officers with the Canadian Mounted Police and the Canadian border service before the arrest in Canada. These documents may prove that there is a political motive behind the arrest of Meng Wanzhou
it was reported that Huawei accused the trump government of preventing it from making information disclosure requests to at least 16 government departments and agencies, including the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI), the US Department of justice, the Department of Commerce, the State Department and the Department of homeland security. Huawei lawyers said there were signs that the United States hoped to "achieve political goals unrelated to judicial justice" through criminal charges against Huawei and Meng Wanzhou, pan Xuezhu said. In addition, Huawei also asked for relevant documents between some government agencies, such as the contact documents between the U.S. Department of homeland security, the Department of justice and the White House, as well as the communication records between some U.S. Departments and the Canadian authorities involved in the investigation or arrest of Meng Wanzhou. The indictment lists a series of purposes that the United States hopes to achieve by arresting and extraditing Meng Wanzhou, including interfering with Huawei's dominant position in the 5g market and increasing its chips in trade negotiations with China. Huawei's lawyer said that the above communication records may prove that the basis for the prosecution of Huawei and Meng Wanzhou is unreasonable. At present, the indicted US government department has no reply
according to the report, Huawei said that as early as a year ago, it had made 12 information disclosure requests to the US government departments in accordance with the rights conferred by the us freedom of Information Act, but it had hardly received any reply. Although the law stipulates that the structural characteristics "the request to apply for rapid processing of modified PP bumper has the advantages of low cost, light weight, easy painting, recyclability and so on should usually be replied within 20 working days." According to the indictment, the trial of the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Canada on the arrest and extradition of Meng Wanzhou was widely reported by the global media, causing unprecedented attention, and further proving the need for relevant U.S. departments to disclose relevant documents as soon as possible, "because many problems that may exist in this case to some extent reflect the integrity of the government and affect public confidence."
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