Dissatisfied with the government's efforts to fight the reverse osmosis law as soon as possible, the KMT Legislative Yuan delegation invited the former president Ma Ying-jeou and related national security officials to attend. Ma Ying-jeou criticized the Tsai Ing-wen government and introduced this reverse osmosis method, just like releasing the madmen in the book of "Harry Potter", deepening the public's fear to cheat votes.
Former President Ma Ying-jeou: "The reverse osmosis law has shaped foreign hostile forces and penetrated the atmosphere of terror in Taiwan. Creating red terror is like releasing the" Harry Potter "book. The fear of the people is, to put it bluntly, to deceive votes. "
▼ The Kuomintang Legislative Yuan delegation invited the former President Ma Ying-jeou and related national security officials to attend the hearing.
Former President Ma Ying-jeou critically criticized the reverse osmosis law, believing that the DPP government was seriously undermining the state's system in order to combat dissidents.
Former President Ma Ying-jeou: "President Tsai said that freedom of speech in Taiwan is being eroded, but isn't the biggest eroder the evil laws concocted by the Tsai government, how can she justify Taiwan's democracy and advanced pursuit of 100% freedom of speech."
The Kuomintang Legislative Yuan Party organized its own public hearing on reverse osmosis law. In addition to inviting Ma Ying-jeou, it also invited relevant national security personnel to discuss whether the draft is feasible.
Former National Security Director Cai Desheng: "Isn't breaking a few spy cases more likely to highlight the nature of the problem, as far as I am concerned, I am not opposed to the adoption of the reverse osmosis law, but I am opposed to rushing because of the politics that this brings. The sequelae may be more harmful than passing this method. "
Former National Security Director Cai Desheng believes that there is a more practical way than the reverse osmosis law. It is the turn of the government to speak at the public hearing. It seems that Ma Ying-jeou is not very satisfied.
▼ Ma Ying-jeou raised questions, and the MAC and the Legal Department came to the scene to hide.
Former President Ma Ying-jeou: "But you talked about it for a long time, that is, the United States, Australia, and what other countries. The anti-infiltration law provisions like ours say that the definition is vague and there are people in the Legal Department. I used to I have also served in the Legal Department. I am very worried that my colleagues will be able to exercise this power. "
Ma Ying-jeou raised doubts that the MAC and the Legal Department came to the scene to attend the meeting. After all, the Public Hearing Conference was so numerous that the DPP government had to strive to pass the anti-infiltration law as soon as possible.
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