Zhu Fenglian: People and Taiwan

zhu fenglian: Only acts instructed, commissioned, and sponsored by Beijing that meddle in Taiwanese society would be ruled as unlawful, according to Global Times China. Zhu Fenglian, a spokesperson for the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office in Beijing, said in a statement on Tuesday that the law was green terror - the color of the island's ruling Democratic Progressive Party DPP - and would hurt the interests of the Taiwan people. Taiwan-based news portal website taiwannews.tw reported that Tsai said Wednesday the legislation will not infringe upon the freedoms and rights of the people, nor would it affect normal exchanges between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait. People from all walks of life within the island strongly condemned and opposed the DPP actions, said Zhu. Zheng Bo-yu, 31, from Taiwan, who works in Beijing, told the Global Times that he won't be fooled by Tsai, as the authorities and the courts in Taiwan were all controlled by the DPP, and they could just use this law to prosecute anyone that has connections with the mainland. The controversial bill reportedly bans people on the island from receiving instructions, requests, financial aid or political donations from infiltrating sources. (news.financializer.com). As reported in the news.

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