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Saturday, January 12, 2019

Canada is giving a ridiculous defence.

How can an ex-diplomat have diplomatic immunity? This is another event to show that Canada is not a rule of law country.

Diplomatic immunity doesn't last for life and is also not an entitlement when the person is not on official duty.

If a diplomat drives and kills a pedestrian after drinking in a pub with his friends, he is not protected by diplomatic immunity.

If not, any diplomat can kill and rape in another country without any regard for the law.

1 comment:

Eric Ho said...

Is the Canadian PM trying to hint that the ex-diplomat is still working for the Canadian government secretly?

Is this why the PM is insisting that the ex-diplomat is still having the diplomatic immunity?

If this is the case, then China has every right to arrest him for national security reason.