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[Cross-strait Express Issue 462]
Taipei Mayor Ke Wenzhe criticized the DPP authorities again last month. He said, what has happened to Keelung Light Rail, (Taiwan) Beiyi (Lan) straight rail, and high-speed rail extension Yilan? As long as the IQ exceeds 70, each one of them is meaningful.
Obviously, Ke Wenzhe criticized the DPP for writing policy checks for elections. After all, the DPP's Central Committee usually ignores the people in the three places and does not mobilize until the election. What is more serious is that where to go for election mobilization, where to draw a big cake, it is not achievable in the end, which will not only make the people sad, but also reduce the trust of the people. It will also waste administrative resources, and it will be a political party. Performance of responsibility.
Ke Wenzhe also said that the DPP must distinguish between criticism and scolding, and don't let others talk about doing bad things. Ke Wenzhe rightly discovered the problem with the DPP's logic. The same is wrong. Only the DPP scolds others, and others cannot scold the DPP. The DPP's "Lao Tzu is right" and "all blame the electorate for failing to keep up" also portrayed their disengagement from the masses.
The KMT also compiled the DPP's current "Executive President" Su Zhenchang's election promises since he took office in April, and only publicly made a policy check of NT $ 270.1 billion. The taxpayer's money is used to "buy" the support of voters, which is something the DPP is willing to do. The party general call Zeng Mingzong criticized that the DPP only came out three and a half years after taking office. Is it absent-minded and lazy?
Kaohsiung Mayor Han Yu also said, "What a terrible thing if a political party, a government, a group of politicians forget the grassroots?" The DPP has transformed from a party rooted in the masses into an election machine. It's just a ballot. I usually don't pay attention. I vote only before the election. When can this situation be improved? (Author: Li Donghai, Jiangsu Provincial Center for Taiwan Studies part-time research assistant)
(This article is a submitted work and does not represent the views of China Taiwan Network.)
[Responsible editor: Zhao Jing]