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Lai Shizhen. (Picture taken from Taiwan media)
China Taiwan Net, December 10th. According to the Taiwan "China Times" reported that the "Kashen" net military case broke out, the Kuomintang "Legislative Yuan" party group went to Taiwan last week and asked the person in charge Wu Zhaozhen to explain to the people in Taiwan. As a result, the Taiwan authorities ’foreign affairs department not only sent 500 police officers to stop it, but also today (10th) said that it would inform the“ legislators ”. In response, KMT "legislator" Lai Shizhen said that according to relevant regulations, the public case does not need to be submitted in writing, and the administrative agency should cooperate to make a record and process it. As a result, Wu Zhaoxi became angry, shy and angry. Shamefully, "Wu Zhaoyi added a title today, called a lying 'Minister'!"
Lai Shizheng said that it is shameful that the Taiwan authorities ’foreign affairs department is in charge of Wu Zhaozheng, because according to relevant regulations, the public's submissions need not be submitted in writing, and whether it is justified or not, the receiving agency should cooperate to make records and actively handle them. No right to self-determination.
"We can all sue him. As a result, our 'Minister' (confused, sloppy), dare to sue the public opinion representative!" Said Lai Shizhang. Wu Zhaoxun had to read the relevant regulations, and he would know the people's sentiments. No written information is required. As long as it is a case, the Taiwan authorities should make a record and actively deal with it.
Therefore, Lai Shizheng said that Wu Zhaozheng is now angry and angry, smiling and turning angry, thinking that this can suppress the representatives of public opinion, which is really shameful. He bombarded and described the black as white. Now the Taiwan authorities' foreign affairs department is called the "liar department". Previously, Wu Zhao was nicknamed "the minister of broken diplomatic relations." (China Taiwan Net Jia Ruolan)
[Responsible editor: Jia Ruolan]