[Epoch Times October 30, 2021](The Epoch Times reporter Zhong Yuan reported in Taipei) The Taiwan Affairs Office of the Communist Party of China called for “the benefit of reunification”. The MAC pointed out that it was all united front deception and induced Taiwan to participate in its so-called “one country, two systems.” The plan”; the Chinese Communist Party’s wishful thinking has long been firmly rejected by the people of Taiwan.
The Mainland Affairs Committee of the Republic of China emphasized on October 30 that in response to the recent remarks by the Deputy Director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the Communist Party of China (Liu Junchuan) about the governance of Taiwan after reunification, the Beijing authorities did not recognize the current international situation and cross-strait relations, and lacked reflection to resolve its internal governance dilemmas. Its arrogant setting and wishful thinking about the development path of Taiwan after reunification have long been firmly rejected by Taiwan’s 23 million people.
The Mainland Affairs Council pointed out that it expresses high doubts about China’s long-term thinking pattern regarding Taiwan’s work in lies and delusions.
The MAC emphasized that the “one country, two systems” proposed by the CCP to Taiwan in the 1980s is fundamentally contradictory. “The main key lies in the CCP’s own political and social system defects. This theory is only tempting us towards reunification.” Mainstream public opinion has long rejected this proposition.
“The Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council is propagating and operating this old tune again at this time, saying how the people and various fields in Taiwan will benefit after reunification, etc.”, the MAC pointed out, “all are united front deceptions and induce us to participate in its so-called’one country, two systems Taiwan plan’. The government reminds all walks of life to pay attention to the “democratic consultation.”
The MAC stated that the people of Taiwan have long seen the current situation in mainland China, which lacks democracy and freedom under the CCP’s governance, and also advises the Beijing authorities to improve their internal governance, face up to their people’s democratic aspirations, and the international community’s commitment to destroying Hong Kong’s “one country, two systems”. , Xinjiang, Tibet and other high-pressure extreme governance improvement requirements.
The Mainland Affairs Council stated that Taiwan has long resisted the threats and challenges of the CCP and will never accept the path set by Beijing. The “four persistences” proposed by President Tsai Ing-wen are Taiwan’s firm stand and the greatest consensus not to yield to threats. The MAC calls on the other side of the strait to resolve differences between the two sides only through dialogue and healthy and orderly exchanges. Attempts to bypass public power and use united front division to handle cross-strait relations are ultimately just a side-by-side approach.
President Tsai Ing-wen of the Republic of China issued a National Day speech on October 10 and pointed out that the normalization of common plane activities has seriously affected national security and Fei’an. Faced with the threat of the CCP, she put forward four insistences: “We must always adhere to a free and democratic constitutional system, insist that the Republic of China and the People’s Republic of China are not subordinate to each other, insist that sovereignty cannot be violated and annexed, and insist that the future of the Republic of China Taiwan must follow all Taiwanese people. Will.”
Tsai Ing-wen emphasized, “These four persistences are the bottom line given to us by the people of Taiwan, and also our greatest common divisor. Standing on the common basis of the common divisor, we have the responsibility to accumulate more consensus and come with a united attitude. Facing the challenges of the future. We have a common responsibility to ensure that the young people on this land can continue to be free and unrestrained for generations to come.”
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