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Chairman of the National Taiwan Enterprise Federation Li Zhenghong. (Information map of China Taiwan Net)
China's Taiwan Net reported on December 23. According to Taiwan's "China Times Electronics News", Taiwan's leader Tsai Ing-wen issued a mobilization order requiring the Democratic Progressive Party's "legislators" to pass the so-called "Legislative Yuan" by the end of 2019 Reverse Osmosis. " In this regard, many Taiwanese businessmen are worried and worried that Tsai Ing-wen tried to use this method to return Taiwan to the "martial age."
According to reports, Zhang Qizheng, director of the Beijing Taiwan Association, stated in the interview that the "Reverse Penetration Law" is a very sharp "decree", and the outside world cannot see all the content covered by this rule. I hope the Taiwanese DPP authorities will study it carefully. Let it cause difficulties for Taiwan businessmen on the mainland to engage in business or to cross the Strait.
As for whether you are worried about being the object of "infiltration" or the "source of infiltration"? Zhang Qizheng said: "I don't worry. When we come to the mainland, we are doing business, doing business well, and respecting local laws."
The "Reverse Penetration Law" is about to be passed on December 31 under the leadership of the DPP authorities. There is public opinion to explain that the purpose is not to allow Taiwan businessmen to return to Taiwan to vote in the 2020 general election in Taiwan. Zhang Qizheng reminded that this would only cause counter-effects and make Taiwanese businessmen want to return to Taiwan to vote, because the "Reverse Infiltration Law" is completely unreasonable. For many years, no Taiwanese ruling authority has been like Cai Yingwen. It is doubtful whether Let Taiwan return to the age of martial law?
In addition, Li Zhenghong, chairman of the National Taiwan Enterprise Federation, said that many Taiwanese businessmen are of course very worried about the "reverse penetration law." The cross-strait exchanges at various levels such as economy, culture, and tourism are very close. "Have you considered land spouses? Cross-strait marriages? Cooperation between Taiwan-funded enterprises and mainland state-owned enterprises? These relationships are full of unexplainable space, and Administrative discretion lies in the hands of the ruling authorities in Taiwan. "
"The worst part of this law is to skip the prosecution process. The ruling authorities have no doubt about you and can ask you to investigate." Li Zhenghong said, "There is no law that does not constitute a crime." It is necessary to prove the innocence of the people, but the "Reverse Penetration Law" requires the majority of Taiwanese people and Taiwan businessmen who go to the mainland to communicate with each other to prove their innocence. "Using politics to solve legal problems is a terrible thing."
Many Taiwan association directors serve as special members of the CPPCC at all levels in the mainland, and can be present as observers during the meetings; many Taiwanese businessmen also participate in conferences sponsored by governments at all levels in the mainland and enjoy preferential policies granted by the mainland; Taiwan students have successfully applied for scholarships or national key scientific research projects. Are all these things "illegal" and will they be the reason for Cai Yingwen's deduction? Li Zhenghong said worriedly, of course it is possible! (He Jianfeng, Taiwan Network of China)
[Responsible editor: He Jianfeng]