President Tsai Ing-wen Admonished CCP to Cease Conducting Selective Law Enforcement and Intimidating Taiwan Businessmen

Translated by: MOS Buddhism Team – Accelerator

On Nov 24th local time, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen issued a statement about the severe penalty on some Taiwanese enterprises such as Far Eastern Group, one of the biggest conglomerates in the Republic of China (ROC, Taiwan), imposed by CCP’s law-enforcing departments from five provinces and municipalities on the grounds of “supporting Taiwan independence.”

In her statement, President Tsai urged all political parties and walks of life to admonish the CCP authorities to cease this kind of act with immediate effect. She also required the CCP to stop undermining the cross-strait relations, along with the trade and economic cooperation.

Tsai pointed out that, CCP intended to intervene in Taiwan’s development of democracy through political capital contributions. Whereas, such acts caused considerate detriment to the cross-strait relations rather than helped boost normal economic and trade exchanges.

On the other hand, Taiwanese entrepreneurs have been making tremendous contributions to the mainland’s economic development, social employment, and cross-strait exchanges for a long time. Therefore, CCP’s selective enforcement and intimidation towards Taiwan businessmen can only accelerate the secession of Taiwan from China, while degrading the investment environment in Communist China and further promoting the investment diversion of foreign enterprises.

Tsai Ing-wen emphasized, that Taiwan is a nation of democracy and liberty and that Taiwanese people have the freedom to choose or support any party or issue under discussion.

Sources: Criticizing CCP’s Selective Enforcement to Intimidate Taiwan Businessmen, Tsai Told Beijing to “Stop Right Now” 

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