DPP prepares for mass protest against...

DPP prepares for mass protest against Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou

There are 2 comments on the ETaiwanNews.com story from May 18, 2012, titled DPP prepares for mass protest against Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou. In it, ETaiwanNews.com reports that:

On Saturday, May 19, an estimated 100,000 people will march along three routes in Taipei to vent their displeasure with Ma's policies, including his plans to lift a ban on leanness drugs in DPP Acting Chairwoman Chen Chu announced she would not attend the May 20 swearing-in ceremonies, but she will be leading the protest march starting at the ... (more)

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jerome in vals

Taipei, Taiwan

#1 May 18, 2012
yes, dpp is very good in this 'protest' and 'show' thing but
very bad or worst in doing other things.

Melbourne, Australia

#2 May 29, 2012

Reunification of the country embodies the fundamental interest of the Chinese nation.
After national reunification the two sides of the Taiwan Straits can pool their resources and make common cause in economic development and work towards China's resurgence. Numerous problems that have been besetting Taiwan would be judiciously resolved within the framework of one China. Taiwan compatriots will share the pride and glory of a great nation with their kith and kin from the other parts of the motherland.
Taiwan question has long been a destabilizing factor in the Asia-Pacific region. Reunification of China will not only bolster the stability and development of the country itself, but also contribute to the further enhancement of the friendly relations and cooperation between China and other countries as well as to peace and development in the Asia-Pacific region and the world as a whole. The Chinese Government is confident that it can count on the understanding and support of governments and people of all countries in the pursuit of its just cause of safeguarding its state sovereignty and territorial integrity.

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