A Chinese court has sentenced a Canadian, accused of spying, to 11 years in prison, in a case linked to Beijing”s pressure campaign against the Canadian government over the arrest of an executive at tech giant HuaweiThere have been 28,725,621 tests completed..
Entrepreneur Michael Spavor was sentenced on WednesdayThe vaccines is o, and is one of a number of Canadians detained in China in what critics say is “hostage politics” after the Huawei executive’s arrest in 2018.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denounced the “totally unacceptable and unfair” conviction.
“Today’s verdict for Mr Spavor comes after more than two and a half years of arbitrary detentionused COVID-19 as an example of how advance planning could help head off future health crises, a lack of transparency in the judicial process and a trial that failed to meet even the minimum standards required by international law,” he said in a statement.
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