Huawei Decides to Prosecute U.S. Government

Updated:2019/3/7 13:24

Today, Huawei announced that it had filed a lawsuit against the constitutionality of Article 889 of  the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) , in the US Federal Court, requesting the court to judge this sales restrictions term against Huawei unconstitutional and that the implementation of this restriction should be permanently prohibited.

Guo Ping said in his speech, “The US government has always slandered Huawei as a threat, attacked servers, stolen emails and the source code, while it has never provided any evidence backing its allegation that Huawei is a cybersecurity threat.


Regrettably, the United States issued NDAA to impose restrictions on Huawei before we got a chance to defend ourselves. Article 889 of the NDAA has not only prevented Huawei from providing service for American customers, but also damaged our reputation and let us lose the chances to provide service for the customers beyond the United States. This is an abuse of the U.S. legislative process, has deprived Huawei of the right to go through due process, breached the principle of separation of the three powers, deviated from the legal purpose of the U.S., and went against the original intention of the framers of the constitution; not only has this article violated the rights of Huawei, but it has also hurt the American consumers. Through the enactment of NDAA, the U.S. Congress plays the role of a judge, the jury and a law enforcer, which is unconstitutional. ”

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