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"Reverse Osmosis Law" passed the third reading up to five years in prison or fined 10 million

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In order to refuse to endorse the "Reverse Osmosis Law", the KMT group drew up a "protest against bad laws, sanctions on ballot papers" and gathered to sit in front of the forum. (Picture taken from Taiwan media)

According to Taiwan's "Tongsen News Cloud" report, Taiwan's "Legislative Yuan" held a "Council" on the 31st. The DPP "Legislative Yuan" held the majority of seats and voted to pass the "Reverse Infiltration Law" based on the version of the DPP group. A total of 12 articles. According to the content of the "Bill", if you accept the instructions, commission or sponsorship of "foreign forces" and engage in election-related activities, you can be sentenced to a maximum of five years imprisonment or a combined fine of NT $ 10 million.

The KMT delegation called Zeng Mingzong said that the "reverse penetration law" is actually a new "martial law". As long as it violates or challenges the DPP, the Tsai Ing-wen authorities will use this "decree" to deal with political opponents. The definition of "source" is quite ambiguous. If people seriously interfere with people-to-people exchanges, the people will "unlawfully" unknowingly. (China Taiwan Net Jia Ruolan)

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