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Kinmen criticizes "reverse osmosis method" to impact "small three links"

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The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) intends to forcibly pass the draft of the "Reverse Osmosis Law". Representatives of local hotels, new residents and special industries in Kinmen stood up and protested in unison on the 30th, criticizing "Xiaoying's speech and three links martial law". "Legislative member" Chen Yuzhen also pointed out that the law was an evil law that cut off the normal commercial and trade exchanges with the mainland and made "Golden Gate finished."

Chen Yuzhen said that the voice of the "reverse infiltration" law has spread from the Kuomintang to the People's Party and the Popular Party, and even the dark green can't stand it. For Jinmen, just across the water from Xiamen , the religious, cultural, commerce, and tourism industry exchanges since the cross-strait mini-three links will be severely tested and impacted.

Source: China Times, Taiwan

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