President Tsai “Taiwan will not be the next Hong Kong” TV debate in Taiwan presidential election December 29, 23:39
Candidates for the presidential election in Taiwan next month will hold a television debate, and President Tsai Ing-wen aims to be reelected, saying that `` defending Taiwan's sovereignty is the top priority and will not make Taiwan the next Hong Kong ''. Appealed. The situation in which President Tsai is leading the way with a sense of security against China continues.
A TV debate was held on November 29 for candidates running for the Taiwan Presidential Election on next month.
The election is a de facto battle between the ruling and Democratic Party leader Tsai Ing-wen seeking re-election and the mayor of the southern city of Kaohsiung, the largest opposition and Kookmin Party, Korea Yu.
During the debate, President Cai touched on China under increasing pressure: "Taiwan's sovereignty is already facing serious challenges. Protecting sovereignty and preventing it from being swallowed is top priority. Taiwan will not be the next Hong Kong." And appealed for support.
In response, KMT criticized the DPJ for taking a more independence-oriented position, stating that the DPJ has made Taiwan more isolated, and called for a change of government.
According to the latest opinion poll, President Tsai has been leading the war on China's caution, and the Democratic Party passed a bill in Congress on Wednesday to prevent political intervention by foreign powers with China in mind, and further support. It is a policy to solidify.
On the other hand, the Kuomintang has been trying to reinstate the Cai administration's policy is insufficient, citing residents' dissatisfaction with their lives.
The Taiwan presidential election will be voted on the 11th of next month and will be voted on the same day.