China threatens Taiwan independence supporters with life sentences
Date 05 Nov 2021 time 17:00
China registers names of supporters of Taiwan independence Prepare travel bans to Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China
Reuters reported that today (5 Nov) Zhu Fenglian. A spokeswoman for China’s Taiwan Affairs Office said those who supported Taiwan’s independence would face lifelong criminal penalties.
And revealed that now the Chinese authorities have made a list “Those who stubbornly support Taiwan’s independence” already and will impose penalties on those listed on the list. by ordering a ban on travel to mainland China and the Chinese Special Administrative Regions in Hong Kong and Macau.
It also prohibits cooperation with entities or individuals from mainland China. It also prohibits companies or entities that finance them from profiting from mainland China.
Taiwanese politicians often rely on donations from companies. to fund election campaigns Many Taiwanese companies profit from doing business with the mainland.
Zhu Fenglian also said Chinese authorities may take other measures. with these individuals if necessary. ready to conclude that “Those who forget their own ancestors Betrayal of Mother Earth and divide the country It will never end well.”
The report also revealed the names of Taiwanese Prime Minister Su Zhengchang, Taiwan Legislative Council Chairman You Sikun and Taiwan Foreign Minister Joseph Wu. It is included in the blacklist as well.
This is the first time China has imposed concrete sanctions on those who support Taiwan’s independence. Amid rising tensions between China and Taiwan
Last month, Chinese President Xi Jinping vowed to successfully integrate Taiwan into mainland China. by emphasizing He said Taiwan’s separatism for independence is a major obstacle to reunification and a serious threat to national reconstruction. While Taiwan insists on protecting its freedoms
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