Parliament passes Tory motion to demand government decision on Huawei, 5G


OTTAWA — A united federal opposition has supported a Conservative motion to insist the Liberal government take a harder line against what it says are national-security threats from China. The motion, sponsored by the Tory foreign-affairs critic Michael Chong, passed by a 179 votes to 146 and calls on the government to decide within 30 days on whether to allow China’s Huawei Technologies to supply equipment for Canada’s next generation 5G wireless networks.

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