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Protestors lodge complaints over Tsai's planned US visit

By Yang Zekun | | Updated: 2023-03-29 20:40
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People from local parties and groups protested in Taipei, Taiwan on Tuesday, condemning Tsai Ing-wen's planned visit to the United States.

Protestors said Tsai is expected to refer to the visit as a "transit" and meet with the US Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, which will betray Taiwan and harm its people.

They added Tsai's administration and the Democratic Progressive Party follow the orders of the US, fully cooperate with US politicians' plans to destroy Taiwan and abandon the lives and safety of the Taiwan people.

They condemned Tsai's administration buying US weapons to turn the island into an arsenal, amending the defense mobilization act to prolong the military service period for Taiwan male servicemen, and decorating former US officials who preached war and urged authorities to issue AK-47s to all people in Taiwan.

Protesters said Tsai knows the path of "Taiwan independence" is a suicidal act, but she deceives the people to follow it. She is also fully aware the US is the world's biggest warmonger, sabotaging world peace, but she is pushing the people of Taiwan into the abyss nonetheless.

Tsai's visit to the US is bound to have a serious negative impact on the situation across the Taiwan Straits, they added, saying that Taiwan is short of water and eggs, and the price of electricity is rising, but Tsai's administration neglects the suffering of the people and only seeks its own political gain.

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