• 23/06/2024 02:06

Handing over China's election could undermine Canadian democracy, Canadian intelligence

The troubling handing over of the election to China could potentially undermine Canadian democracy, going to the to the official name before the secret activities of Beijing's Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS).

This is reported by RBC-Ukraine via Reuters.

Published several days after the official investigation I guess it's China trying to get involved in Canada's remaining two elections.

CSIS said that China is using deceptive methods to influence policy making at all levels, as well as in academic stakes and medical institutions.

“Such activities, which are aimed at promoting the national interests of the People’s Republic of China, could potentially undermine the democratic process of Canada and its institutions,” says the speaker.

China and organizations associated with the ruling Communist Party of the People's Republic of China, “are a persistent threat to Canada's information, technology, democratic institutions, and diasporic communities,” CSIS said.

List of “foreign agents”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced a bill on Monday to combat foreign transfers. He proposes to create a register of individuals who are engaged in lobbying activities on behalf of another country, and to give CSIS more freedom to share information.

Last year, CSIS Director Dev Id Vigneault told Canadian lawmakers that if China tried to steal technology they would be “enemy” .

Earlier, during the official investigation, Trudeau stated that while handing over to China in the remaining elections, it did not affect their results. It should be noted that in 2019 and 2021, Trudeau’s Liberal Party won the vote.

The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China stated on Monday that “China has never been or will not laziness from the handed in from the inside tell Canada.”

Handing over to China during the elections in Canada

Previously, the Canadian intelligence service announced that intelligence services were handed over to China during the last two elections in the country – in 2019 and 2021.

Due to security problems on the side of Russia and China, Canada will increase spending on its military forces. Over the course of 20 years, the country has spent 54 billion dollars in this year.

Read terms and important information about the war between Russia and Ukraine on the RBC-Ukraine channel in Telegram.

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