China treaty should rule out execution intelligence

Australia must not give China any data or intelligence that could lead to an Australian or a person from any other country, including China, being executed, CLA has told the federal Joint Standing Committee on Treaties.

The Crime – Mutual Assistance Treaty between China and Australia should clearly state that Australian-supplied information must not be used so as to allow the Chinese State to kill people by a bullet to the back of the head, the CLA submission of 10 October 2006 says.

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