The Taiwanese legislature "Chao Ye" held consultations on the DPP's version of the "Reverse Infiltration Law" yesterday. In the end, only the first two articles were passed, and the main provisions were retained. The head of Taiwan ’s legislative body, Su Jiaquan, ruled yesterday that the House of Representatives will speak and vote on each version of the party group, and the parties are responsible for each. The blue-green "legislators" will all launch Class A mobilization today. Mainland Taiwanese scholars believe that the "reverse infiltration law" essentially cuts off cross-strait personnel exchanges and decouples Taiwan from the mainland. If the "legislation" is completed, the cross-strait exchange door will be closed.
No consensus in the negotiation
There were 12 "Reverse Osmosis Laws". After a whole day of discussions yesterday, there was no consensus on the main provisions. Only the first and the last one were implemented "self-published on Err." The DPP and the "Power of the Times" originally had versions of the "Reverse Penetration Law." The KMT also responded to the case yesterday. The Kuomintang version adds a new "registration system" to Article 2-1. Before a natural person, legal person, unincorporated group, or other organization is instructed, commissioned, or funded by an infiltration source to infiltrate an intervention, it should report to the Taiwan Security Department and handle it. Register. Penalties will only be imposed for those who have not applied for infiltrations under the Law.
The KMT group general call Zeng Mingzong said that this is to strengthen the defense and protection of Taiwan ’s liberal democratic constitutional order with “minimum violations”, and based on the principle of “openness and transparency”, the actors must perform registration through declaration; but not for the DPP group accept.
The Democratic Progressive Party general call Ke Jianming said that Taiwan and the mainland are hostile to each other. Unlike the United States and Australia, where registration systems are adopted, Taiwan ’s registration system will become a “lead-in clause”.
The DPP proposes amendments to increase the penalties and increase the penalties to the sources of infiltration, subsidies to interfere in the "referendum" and "general elections" and increase the fines to less than 10 million (TWD, the same below); threaten the law with violence and intimidation Assemblies and processions aggravate their sentences by one-half; in addition, they are instructed by the infiltrated source to use words, pictures, speeches, or other methods to incite others to commit crimes, violate the "decree", resist legal orders, and increase their sentences to half. one.
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Regarding the part instructed by the source of persuasion, the DPP amended the motion to make the standard clearer. If it was only commissioned to lobby, it would be fined more than 500,000 yuan but less than 5 million yuan. However, if lobbying against Taiwan security, mainland affairs, defense foreign affairs, and so-called confidential Taiwan affairs, they will be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of less than 3 years and fined up to 5 million yuan.
In addition, regarding the "foreign hostile forces" referred to in Article 2, Chen Mingtong, chairman of the MAC, explained that overseas is not only aimed at the mainland, but also foreign countries, as long as we use non-peaceful means to harm us or confront us by force.
Mainland scholars blunt the alternative "legal Taiwan independence"
As for the competent authority, Chen Mingtong explained that the first-level competent authority is the MAC and the Taiwan Foreign Affairs Department. These two units judge which overseas areas are not good for Taiwan. As for the infiltration, they return to other competent authorities. They Advice will also be sought from the MAC and the foreign affairs department.
Li Hongjun, who was called by the People First Party group, questioned that the law ’s competent authority was unknown, and there was no impact assessment. They should be discussed after the “election”, and everyone would be calm. For example, the Kuomintang now brings the right case in order not to be detained by Red Hat.
Wang Hailiang, deputy director of the Shanghai East Asian Institute, believes that the DPP ’s forced adoption of the “Reverse Osmosis Law” is obviously aimed at attracting votes, and its far-reaching strategic motive is to block cross-strait exchanges. The "Taiwan independence" of course belongs to the alternative "legal Taiwan independence."
Li Zhenguang, deputy dean of the Taiwan Research Institute of Beijing Union University, pointed out that the strong push for the "reverse osmosis law", etc., essentially cuts off cross-strait personnel exchanges, and is also a sign of decoupling.
Source: China Times, Taiwan