Preparing for a lawsuit against China in US, bill introduced in US Parliament

Preparing for a lawsuit against China in US, bill introduced in US Parliament
Preparations are being made to prosecute China in the US. Two US lawmakers have introduced a bill against China in Congress (parliament), as it filed a lawsuit against China in federal court to recover damages, disease and economic losses caused by the US citizen Corona virus. Will be able to do it. The bill has been introduced by Tom Cotton in the Senate and Dan Crenshaw in the delegation.

When it is passed and enacted, there will be an amendment to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, through which China can be claimed for damages in dealing with the corona virus.

The bill would give the US the right to sue China for compensation. However, the bill proposes that private lawsuits can be dismissed if the United States and China compromise to settle these claims. The justice law against sponsors of terrorism makes it clear that attempting to hide or spread the virus would be considered terrorist activity. The legislation, passed in 2016, was supported by 97 members of the Senate. The law empowers the US to recover damages from China in exchange for damages caused by the corona virus.

"The Communist Party of China allowed the virus and journalists to spread rapidly around the world, trying to warn the world about the corona virus," Cotton said on Thursday. His decision to hide the virus caused untold losses to thousands of people and caused heavy economic losses. It is appropriate that we hold the Chinese government accountable for this loss. "We want China to be held responsible for its malicious lies to hide the corona virus and spread worldwide," Christchow said.

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