Taiwan, China January 4 News Zhou Xiwei, a former governor of Taipei, criticized Tsai's violation of the \"Constitution\" guarantee on freedom of expression at a press conference today (April 4) in response to recent attempts by Tsai's authorities to \"check water watches,\" and called on prosecutors and police to be punished if they do not cooperate with the above instructions if they do not use various means to access the information of the public's line group without a judge monitoring the tickets.
Mr zhou also questioned the dpp's authorities facing mr yang, facebook's fan page,\" beat the horse \"did not use the same standard investigation, only to support the korean yo, critics of the taiwan authorities. Wang hongwei, deputy chairman of the kuomintang literary council, pointed out that the cases were all concentrated in october until december when the investigation began intensively. Is it a green terror for tsai's authorities before the election? In addition, the public often heard the police complain about the shortage of manpower, many cases cannot be handled, how to choose the former police have so much time to cross-county city to handle the case?
More than a dozen victims were invited to speak at the press conference. A woman said she was kaohsiung, but received a summons to sit in taipei on the 20th. She questioned why the authorities did not run the smuggling case and allowed mr. chen to run around, but instead wanted to run them. Another young man said police had been ringing the doorbell down his house early in the morning, and when he opened the door, the police said he had been silenced all day for sharing a political film and telling him to go to the police station for an hour, because he was afraid that he would be fined up to 30,000 yuan (NT $) according to the law. His family was not well-off, his father died, his mother was in a nursing home, and the next day when he was using communication software to talk politics, there was an echo from both sides (suggesting that the DPP was listening).
Others point out that 30 people in the village have been arraigned for sharing information about mr. yang on the internet, including himself. Others point out that they simply shared a letter from mr. koch's brother to ms. tsai, and then deleted it themselves. As a result, he was summoned to the case twice and asked to forgive him. Jia Ruolan, Taiwan, China.