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China's reaction to Taiwan's presidential election remains unchanged - authoritarian country claims it does not reflect the will of the people.

2024-01-15  Category:China

China's reaction to Taiwan's presidential election remains unchanged  -  authoritarian country claims it does not reflect the will of the people.

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Reaction to Taiwan presidential election results

Looking at the tone of Chinese commentary, there are some that simply report the facts about the results of the Taiwanese election, and some that express dissatisfaction with Japan's congratulations to the winner of the Taiwanese presidential election, but overall they are not widely covered. The reason I don't think he is there is probably because Xi Jinping's state of mind is immeasurable. Xinhua News Agency introduced statements by Chen Binhua, a spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, which is in charge of Taiwan policy in China.

Statement from the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council of China

“The results of these two elections in Taiwan show that the Democratic Progressive Party does not represent mainstream public opinion in Taiwan.Taiwan is China's Taiwan.This election reflects the basic pattern of cross-strait relations. The direction of development cannot be changed, the compatriots on both sides of the Taiwan Strait cannot change the common desire to become closer and closer, and the general tendency for the motherland to ultimately maintain relations between the two countries You can't stop it. It will be unified, and it will inevitably be unified."

"Our position on resolving the Taiwan issue and achieving national reunification is consistent and our will is unwavering. We will firmly uphold the 1992 Consensus, which embodies the principle of one China. , resolutely opposes secessionist actions for "Taiwan independence" and interference by outside forces, and cooperates with relevant Taiwanese political parties, organizations, and people from all walks of life to promote mutual exchange. - Deepen cross-Strait exchanges and cooperation, deepen cross-Strait integrated development, jointly promote Chinese culture, promote the peaceful development of cross-Strait relations, and promote the great cause of national reunification. ”

Does an authoritarian state refer to the will of the people?

This is the same spokesperson who said last year that ``Taiwan independence would mean war.'' Judging from this statement, the contents of this time are just long-winded, there is no change, and there is nothing new. Both one tone and two tone look lowered. Even if you claim that you do not represent mainstream public opinion, isn't your country a dictatorship with no regard for public opinion or the will of the people? President Xi Jinping was probably not chosen by the will of the people. China seems unable to hide its turmoil.