Vancouver: protest for release of Canadians detained in China

Vancouver: manifestation pour la libération des Canadiens détenus en Chine

VANCOUVER – dozens of people demonstrated Saturday in front of the consulate chinese in Vancouver to demand the release of two Canadians held since the end of 2018 in China after the arrest of the chief financial officer of Huawei Meng Wanzhou.

Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, who have been formally accused of espionage last June, should be released immediately, said one of the organizers of the event, Maninder Singh Gill, depending on what was reported Saturday on Global News.

The man who has immigrated to Canada, there is a 42-year-old, believes that China is bullying all the world, citing the example of the crisis the border with India and the new security law in Hong Kong.

“So we want to send a strong message to the chinese government, that is why we have decided to demonstrate in front of the consulate”, he added.

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