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Huawei 5G: the cause of the British Prime Minister's 'headache'

Source: bbc.com
[International News]     12 Mar 2020
While the UK government thwarted the opposition of the House of Commons and insisted on allowing Huawei to participate in the construction of the UK's five G network, Prime Minister Johnson's troubles are far from over. Opponents say the UK has just withdrawn its sovereignty, from Europe but is ceding it to Beijing. According to some analysts, Huawei problem has become Johnson's political trouble....

While the UK government thwarted the opposition of the House of Commons and insisted on allowing Huawei to participate in the construction of the UK`s five G network, Prime Minister Johnson`s troubles are far from over. Opponents say the UK has just withdrawn its sovereignty, from Europe but is ceding it to Beijing.

According to some analysts, Huawei problem has become Johnson`s political trouble.

While the uk government promised that the Huawei`s decision to take part in building of the uk`s 5 G network would take into account opposition councillor demands ,38 conservative councillor still "rebelled" at the time of a vote against a proposed amendment, calling for the chinese high-tech company to be excluded from the uk 5 by 2023.

The Conservative government, however, vetoed the amendment by 24 votes, by virtue of its absolute dominance in the parliament House of Commons.

government is committed to working with all councillor in the lower house to explain at all possible levels, says uk multimedia minister wolman (Matt Warman). He also stressed that government had always placed national security first.


"Political headache" 

Yet the conservative opposition to the government position councillor 、 the chairman of the lower house foreign affairs committee, tom illinois turgenhart (Thomas Tugendhat), said britain could not just take it back from brussels sovereignty, but hand it over to beijing.

Though the conservative councillor`s rebellion has not been successful, media analysis believes that Huawei participation in the construction of Britain`s five G network for British Prime Minister Johnson is still a huge political problem.

Huawei problem is Johnson`s first large-scale "inner-party rebellion" since last year`s election victory.

The British Broadcasting Corporation political editor norman smith (Norman Smith) believes the party rebellion must have made the prime minister`s office so angry that johnson met with so much opposition just after winning the conservative election.

Moreover, there are many senior conservatives in the opposition councillor, including a number of former cabinet ministers and the minister. prime minister`s office trying to force them.

Mr smith believes opponents may pave the way for a bigger rebellion in the summer, when government decisions on Huawei issues are likely to be completely reversed.

Several conservative councillor have made it clear that once the lower house begins to debate G key five networks legislation, they will join the opposition.

If Huawei were to lose on such a big issue, it would be a big blow to his personal reputation, according to the analysis.

Norman Smith said ," Maybe it`s time for Johnson to be ready for the paracetamol."

Duncan Smith was a Conservative party chieftain


"Obey China" 

The United States has been calling on allies boycott Huawei, they accuse Huawei of using cyber technology for espionage. British cybersecurity agencies have also warned of "technical concerns" about Huawei. Yet Britain has not banned Huawei from participating in the five G, and has been criticized by allies such as the United States and Australia.

Some conservative councillor, led by former conservative leader ian duncan-smith (Ian Duncan Smith), have proposed a bill to amend the telecommunications infrastructure bill to try to ban Huawei from participating in britain`s five G of networking.

As soon as the amendment is adopted, companies listed as "high-risk suppliers" by the National Network Security Centre will be completely excluded from G UK 5 network projects by the end of 2022.

Duncan-Smith re-emphasized in the parliament debate that Huawei is at the mercy of Chinese government..

He said he and other councillor were concerned that the UK was too deep in the process and ultimately too dependent on "untrustworthy" suppliers.

The parliament debate, in particular, accused the Chinese government of crowding out other technology companies over the past 20 years through a price war to give Huawei market dominance, a result that threat. British security


"Blame" 

The british culture secretary, oliver dodden (Oliver Dowden), has sought to reassure the conservative councillor of his commitment to discuss the telecommunications security bill before the summer parliament recess, giving them an opportunity to fully debate their security concerns.

The UK government wants to work with five-eye intelligence alliance, including the U.S., to find a solution doesn`t have to use high-risk suppliers, he said.

But he didn`t give a specific timetable for excluding high-risk companies.

The prime minister`s office and security experts earlier this year approved the use of Huawei`s five G network earlier this year, but also banned the use of Huawei technology in sensitive areas and limited Huawei market share to less than 35%.

Speaking after the lower house vote, Huawei senior vice president, Victor Zhang zhang guowei, said it was disappointing to deal with the problem on the basis of evidence and false accusations. "Industry experts agree that banning Huawei equipment will make the UK more insecure and affect UK capacity and innovation ," he said. "

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