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Fake news online! South Korea's Yu Office calls police to post

来源:中国台湾网 December 10, 2019 14:16:00 Source: China Taiwan Net

Wang Qianqiu went to the Interpol Brigade in Taipei. (Image source: Taiwan's United Daily News)

China Taiwan Net, December 10th. According to Taiwan's United Daily News, in response to false news circulating on the Internet misleading the people to vote, the Kuomintang 2020 candidate, the Korean spokesman for the YO Korea campaign headquarters, Wang Qianqiu today (10th) at 1 pm, Head to the Taipei Interpol Brigade for investigation.

In an interview with the media, Wang Qianqiu said that a fake news has recently been circulating on the Internet, pointing out that in order to avoid cheating by the vote when the 2020 Taiwan leader election was voted, Han Jiajun was required to write down names such as "Korea" and "Korea Yu" on the ballot papers. It was clearly shown that it was voted for South Korea, but the problem is that if people really believe such a statement, writing the name on the ballot will undoubtedly make the ballot invalid. The Korean Yu Office believes that such news seriously affects the election and violates the "election strike" and requires the police to investigate quickly.

Wang Qianqiu said that today's report is to hope that the police will help to bring to justice those who maliciously influence the election. These netizens who post messages pretend to be Han Fan and leave messages to the Han Fan society and groups. Not only will they mislead voters who are unclear about the election, they will also Some voters have mistaken these posts for real information.

Ask the media if these messages may be operated by the opponent camp? Wang Qianqiu said that now that there are too many net forces, how many "Yang Chenrumen" are there? What spontaneous or organized re-launches? Pending further investigation by the police. Wang Qianqiu said that according to the observation of the Korean Yu Office, there are currently three kinds of posts on the Internet, which are circulated in different fan groups and communities. This practice is very clumsy and affects democratic elections and the rule of law. As for how many accounts are behind, police investigation is needed. (China Taiwan Net Jia Ruolan)

[Responsible editor: Jia Ruolan]

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