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According to Taiwan ’s United Daily News, Taiwan ’s “Legislative Yuan” is expected to handle the “Draft Anti-Infiltration Law” tomorrow, and parties will be convened again today for consultations. In addition to adjusting the definition of the so-called "source of infiltration", the DPP also raised the fine to NT $ 10 million (approximately RMB 2.32 million) and stated that if consensus could not be reached, it would vote in accordance with procedures and articles. The Kuomintang group stated that the DPP group would increase the fines and increase the punishment significantly.
In response to the recent announcement by the DPP group that the "reverse penetration law" was proposed in May this year but was rejected by the KMT, it also triggered dissatisfaction between the KMT group and the PFP group. The KMT group general call Zeng Mingzong responded, and the DPP group general call Ke Jianming promised him and Li Hongjun at least three times that he would not promote the so-called "agent of the Chinese Communist Party." people. Earlier, Zeng Mingzong stated that the so-called "negotiations" of the DPP group were merely "doing a good job and walking through the scenes" and had no sincerity. Li Hongjun also confirmed Zeng Mingzong's statement yesterday, saying that the DPP was maliciously discrediting.
In the 2020 Taiwanese candidate ’s television debate held yesterday, the so-called “reverse penetration law” also became the focus. Kuomintang candidate Han Yu proposed that the DPP pushed for the so-called "reverse infiltration law". There was no procedural justice and no version of the Taiwan administrative agency. The source of the so-called "infiltration" targeted by the law was unclear. He criticized that the DPP is deceiving and discrediting rumors. If the so-called "reverse penetration law" is passed, 1.4 million Taiwanese businessmen, as well as Wu Baochun, a band who sells bread, may all be prosecuted. The DPP uses the so-called "reverse penetration" Law "tied a bomb around the neck of every Taiwanese citizen, and the remote control was in the hands of the DPP. (China Taiwan Net Puyan)
[Responsible editor: Pu Yan]