Taiwans representative: the key to Taiwans rebirth is to recognize the 1992 consensus

 Taiwans representative: the key to Taiwans rebirth is to recognize the 1992 consensus

He said that the 11 preferential measures for Taiwan just introduced reflected that the mainlands policy towards Taiwan was people-centered and put the interests of Taiwan compatriots first.

Yang Yizhou stressed that this year marks the 15th anniversary of the promulgation of the anti secession law. At a critical juncture in cross strait relations, we should reaffirm the anti secession law and put it into practice more carefully, opposing and containing the legal principle of Taiwan independence.

In an interview with our reporter, three Taiwan deputies to the National Peoples Congress expressed similar views.

Liang Zhiqiang, vice president of the Taiwan Federation of Fujian Province, believes that from the past actions of the leaders of the Taiwan authorities, de Sinicization is her consistent and progressive attitude, and a series of practical actions have been taken to prevent Taiwan compatriots from working and studying in the mainland.

Liang said that people on both sides of the Straits, especially Taiwan compatriots, have a need for exchanges and integration, and they are willing to gain benefits through cross strait economic, trade and cultural exchanges, which is unstoppable. The blood relationship between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait is continuous.

Chen Zixuan, chairman of the Xiamen Municipal Committee of the Taiwan Union, believes that the Taiwan authorities do not recognize the 1992 consensus of the one China principle and ignore the well-being of the Taiwanese. But the current cross-strait economic and trade exchanges and personnel exchanges have long been you have me and I have you. We need to deepen cross-strait exchanges, continue to implement preferential policies for Taiwan, implement equal treatment, and practically treat all sides equally.

Huang Lei, deputy to the National Peoples Congress of Gaoshan Nationality, who is native to Taitung, Taiwan, believes that both sides belong to the Chinese nation and share the same origin. To transform Taiwan into the future, the key is to recognize the 1992 consensus of the one China principle.