Taiwan's "Supervisory Committee Member" Chen Shimeng caused public outrage over his statement that he wanted to "consult" Ma Ying-jeou's innocence. More than 1,500 Taiwanese judges jointly protested against Chen Shimeng's interference in "judicial" trials. Recently, Chen Shimeng wrote a letter to Tsai Ing-wen , leader of Taiwan, but was "consoled" by Tsai Ing-wen. When asked about the matter today (18), Ma Ying-jeou sprang up an English sentence on the spot.
According to reports from Taiwan's "China Times" and "United News Network", Taiwan's "Supervisory Committee Member" Chen Shimeng asked the Secretary-General of the Cai Office Chen Ju to hand in his resignation on the 13th. Tsai Ing-wen's office subsequently stated that Tsai Ing-wen instructed "express condolences and hope that Chen can complete his term", but also said he would respect the parties' "final decision."
At noon on the 18th, when Ma Ying-jeou was asked about this when attending a public event, he said that very few politicians had been protested by 80% of the judges in Taiwan because of trampling on the justice. Chen Shimeng Ke was said to be the "first person" and bluntly " He should have resigned long ago. " When he heard the news that Chen Shimeng was being conferred by Cai Yingwen, Ma Ying-jeou flew out an English sentence, "My God."
According to Taiwan media reports, Chen Shimeng had threatened in Taiwan ’s legislature two years ago that he “want to go to the court to deal with judges specializing in green and not blue”. After taking office, Chen Shimeng repeatedly wanted to overturn the case for Chen Shuibian, and even asked for “consultations” The judge who acquitted Ma Ying-jeou has caused a big rebound in Taiwan's legal community. The head of Taiwan ’s judiciary, Xu Lizong, has publicly stated that he “speaks hard”, saying that trial independence is an important cornerstone of the rule of law in Taiwan. (Overseas network Zhang Sasha)