, January 30. According to Taiwan's "United Daily News", the former leader of Taiwan, Ma Ying-jeou, attended the KMT's New Year gathering on the 30th. In his speech, he criticized the DPP's black money, papers, and poor economic performance. The "anti-China" line has made cross-strait relations increasingly tense.

Ma Ying-jeou hoped that the Kuomintang must unite in 2023, remove the DPP in 2024, and find a way for Taiwan.

Data map: Ma Ying-jeou.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Sheng Jiapeng

  Ma Ying-jeou said that in the "nine-in-one" election last year, the Kuomintang won power in 14 counties and cities. Card.

Ma Ying-jeou said that judging from the review report of the DPP's defeat this time, voters will use their votes to cast aside the ruling party that is out of line.

  In response to Tsai Ing-wen's nomination of Chen Jianren as the head of the Taiwan authorities' administrative agency, Ma Ying-jeou said that there are many criticisms from the outside world, so the Kuomintang must work harder to win the trust of the people. , to find a way for Taiwan."

  Ma Ying-jeou also said that in the new year, he hoped that the two sides of the Taiwan Strait could replace confrontation with dialogue.