Tsai Ing-wen also engaged in a "humanitarian rescue plan" to make irresponsible remarks on the Hong Kong issue, and Hong Kong netizens mocked

  [Global Times Special Correspondent Zhang Tianxing] Following threats that the application of the "Hong Kong-Macao Relations Regulations" ("Hong Kong-Macao Regulations") is not ruled out, Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen once again made irresponsible remarks on Hong Kong-related national security legislation. A Taiwanese media said that Taiwan followed some international forces to "cry, shout, kill", fearing that cross-strait relations would be difficult to recover. Moreover, even when the mainland ’s "Anti-Secession Law" was enacted in Taiwan, Taiwan did not stop applying the "Cross-Straits People's Relations Regulations", so why bother to rush?

Claims that Taiwan wants to "strengthen the prejudgment"

  Tsai Ing-wen said in an interview before attending the DPP Central Executive Committee on the 27th that everyone is very concerned about the situation in Hong Kong recently. "Taiwan is very much looking forward to Hong Kong ’s autonomy and protection of freedom and human rights from further erosion. We solemnly call on the Chinese government to Cliff Lema. " She disclosed that she had discussed and reached consensus with Su Zhenchang, the "President of the Executive Yuan", and that the "Public Executive Yuan" would set up a project to propose a "humanitarian rescue action plan" to the people of Hong Kong. As to whether it is necessary to complete the entire asylum mechanism and amend the "Refugee Law", Tsai Ing-wen said that the current laws, especially the "Hong Kong and Macau Regulations", are sufficient to provide Hong Kong people with the necessary assistance so that they can stay and live in Taiwan. jobs. In addition, Taiwan's "Foreign Minister" Wu Zhaoxie predicted in an interview with the US media that Beijing may use force against Taiwan after the international community is busy promoting anti-epidemic national security legislation. Tsai Ing-wen said that at this stage, relevant units and ministries will be required to step up their pre-judgment. On the same day, a spokesperson for Taiwan ’s “Executive Yuan” stated that the MAC is consolidating relevant resources and making a complete plan for the residence, resettlement and care of Hong Kong people.

  The "Hong Kong and Macao Regulations" are the regulations formulated by the Taiwan authorities for various exchanges between Hong Kong and Macau after the return of sovereignty to Hong Kong and Macau. They were passed on March 18, 1997. At present, Hong Kong residents working in Taiwan and naturalization are all regulated by the "Hong Kong and Macau Regulations", which is more relaxed than those regulated by mainland residents. Taiwan media bluntly said that Tsai Ing-wen's 27th stance was a pretense gesture, which was completely different from the other day. She previously stated on Facebook that “the situation in Hong Kong has always been highly concerned by the government. According to Article 60 of the Hong Kong and Macau Regulations, once the situation in Hong Kong changes, some or all of the regulations may cease to apply”.

Hong Kong netizens with sarcasm

  The "Legislator" of the Kuomintang, Zheng Liwen, said that Tsai Ing-wen was not willing to move even the "Hong Kong and Macao Regulations". It can be said that he lacked the sincerity to accept Hong Kong people. Lin Weizhou, the general convener of the Kuomintang Party, questioned on the 27th, "Tsai Yingwen claimed to speak with Hong Kong in the language of Wenqing many times, but where are the specific actions?" New Party spokesman Wang Bingzhong said, regardless of the system and Governments will not allow violence to subvert the government, nor will they accept foreign interference in internal affairs. National security legislation involving Hong Kong is not exceptional, and the United States also has relevant regulations, "Only Taiwan takes the sun that actually subverts the government with violence. Political intervention is taken for granted. " He said that Tsai Ing-wen threatened to activate Article 60 of the "Hong Kong and Macau Regulations" when necessary, which is "abandoning Hong Kong". The DPP has instigated Hong Kong ’s “anti-amendment regulations” and is now preparing to “abandon Hong Kong”, just as she now uses various laws to rectify the sectarianism, and it is absolutely clear that all possibilities of promoting reunification through peaceful exchanges, “but this is to let Taiwan Become safer or more dangerous? "

  Many Hong Kong netizens ridicule the DPP authorities, questioning whether Taiwan needs more Hong Kong or Hong Kong needs more Taiwan? Whoever sanctions who hasn't figured it out yet. Some people say that mainlanders have stopped traveling to Taiwan. Are Hong Kong people suspected of going to Taiwan too much? It ’s no problem to cut off contact with Taiwan, see who hurts more. Others believe that the DPP ’s move is a two-stone strategy. On the one hand, it pleased Trump and followed the United States to pursue the so-called sanctions; on the other hand, the door was closed to prevent Hong Kong from "black violence" to Taiwan. The violence is not good, and the people of Taiwan will not welcome it. "

The DPP fears that "it will hurt yourself before hurting"

  Senior media person Gao Yuanliu wrote in an article on the 27th that the DPP authorities have no capital and lack of skills on the mainland, but they often put on a look like "Taiwan independence" and pick the most sensitive nerves on the other side; wait until the other side speaks hard words The DPP authorities again used it as propaganda, saying that the other side would "violently violate Taiwan". "Seriously, if the CCP is really provoked, it will have to violate Taiwan by force. The DPP government may only be a two-handed battle and want all Taiwan. People bear the bitter fruit. " As for the issue of Hong Kong, the DPP secretly intervened in various ways, apparently giving the impression of caring about the well-being of the people of Hong Kong, but actually exporting to domestic sales, and obtaining political and electoral benefits from the "anti-amendment".

  "China Times" said on the 27th that due to the epidemic, the United States was exhausted and had no means for the mainland; the Hong Kong government held the "restriction order" in the epidemic, and the "Hong Kong re-starting big The "Union" is so powerful that the balance has tilted towards the mainland. Tsai Ing-wen hastily halted the "Hong Kong and Macau Regulations", which will inevitably affect the stability of cross-strait relations. Lianhe News said that the national security legislation in Hong Kong is not the final decision of the United States. Taiwan should have its own discretion and should not blindly dance with the United States and evacuate; once the "Hong Kong and Macao Regulations" are suspended, how should Tsai Ing-wen locate? The relationship between Hong Kong people and Taiwan and Hong Kong is probably as difficult as the "amendment of the constitution", but it is Tsai Ing-ying's own fire.

  The Hong Kong China Press Service also stated that if the "Hong Kong and Macao Regulations" are suspended, Hong Kong people's travel to Taiwan will be affected, Hong Kong capital will be treated as land capital, and the residence regulations of Hong Kong people will cease to apply. The importance of Hong Kong to Taiwan is far from being limited to Hong Kong people traveling, settling in, and investing. Many trades between Taiwan and the mainland pass through Hong Kong. Hong Kong ’s financial services are indispensable to Taiwan ’s economy. The article said that Hong Kong-related national security legislation was not directed at Taiwan. The DPP authorities were eager to express their position, fearing that they would really implement the so-called sanctions, which would hurt others without hurting others.