Taiwan’s largest opposition party with a concious stance with China does not send a delegation to China September 15 at 7:39 p.m.
The People’s Party, Taiwan’s largest opposition party with a concious stance with China, has stopped sending party delegations to a Forum hosted by China, which it has participated in every year. It is thought that it was a good thing to show a sharp posture to China in the recovery of the party power because it was opposed to the report of the Chinese media about the delegation.
The forum has been held every year since 2009 for China to discuss economic exchanges with Taiwan, and the Kutmin Party has decided to send a delegation of the party as usual to the forum, which will begin in Fujian Province from the 19th of this month.
However, china’s state television broadcaster said he would “come to ask for peace” about the delegation’s visit, which caused a stir in Taiwan, and the National Party decided not to send a delegation as a party on the 14th.
In response to China’s comments as it serbed military activity around Taiwan, the People’s Party said, “It’s an unfair comment. It has been the party’s long-standing claim that both sides of the Taiwan Strait have equally dignity exchanges.”
At the party conference held on June 6, the People’s Party announced its policy of maintaining a concious stance with China, but taiwan is increasingly wary of China, which is under increasing pressure for unification, and it seems to have decided that it would be better to show a clear attitude toward China this time to restore the party’s power.