Canada releases Huawei founder’s daughter, extradition process continues

Legend, Sketch of Meng Wanzhou’s face in court in Vancouver, Canada.

A Canadian court has released the daughter of Huawei founder Meng Wanzhou on bail.

The Vancouver court judge determined that Meng could get out of prison by paying 10 million Canadian dollars, the equivalent of IDR 109.4 billion.

However, Meng must now languish in one of his homes in Vancouver, under total surveillance 24 hours a day. He is also required to wear an electronic bracelet on his leg so that authorities can continue to monitor his movements.

Meng, who was chief financial officer of China’s largest telecommunications company, also faces extradition to the United States.

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