- Both sides
- current events
- Ministries and agencies
- 31 Article
[Cross-strait Express Comment No. 537]
The 2020 Taiwan "election" is getting closer and closer, and the blue and green battalions are out of control and start a confrontation. The two demonstrations "Ting Han" and "Korean South Korea" held in Kaohsiung on the 21st rang the "last lap" ringtone for Taiwan's "election". Next, both the DPP and the Kuomintang will rally to the final Sprint, and cross-strait policy has always been a focus of the blue-green battle. At the recent 2020 Taiwan "election" political opinion press conference, DPP deputy leader candidate Lai Qingde and KMT deputy leader candidate Zhang Shanzheng both talked about cross-strait relations but said they rejected "one country, two systems."
At the same time, the 20th anniversary celebration of Macau's return to the motherland has attracted the attention of public opinion on the island. Taiwan's "China Times" pointed out that why did the Tsai authorities not look at Macau? On the 20th anniversary of the return, Macau has achieved unprecedented development, both economically and socially.
Liao Zeyun, president of the Macau Basic Law Promotion Association, said in an interview with the media that "one country, two systems" is a great institutional innovation. Under the advantages of the "one country, two systems" system, after 20 years of development and reconstruction in Macau, the economy has grown rapidly and residents' lives have grown. Continuous improvement, social harmony and stability, and achievements are obvious to all. All sectors of Macao society are confident in the prospects of the SAR.
After 20 years of reunification, Macao's economy has developed rapidly, with leaps and bounds, and people's living standards have greatly improved. On the other hand, on the island of Taiwan, the DPP authorities blindly "manipulate politics", ignore the interests and welfare of the people on the island, deliberately discredit the mainland and "one country, two systems", and provoke hostility between the two sides of the strait. As the "China Times Newspaper" in Taiwan stated, if the Taiwan authorities want to comprehensively review the feasibility of "one country, two systems", why not look at the success of Macau? (Zhang Yajing)
[Editor-in-chief: Zhang Yajing]