Taiwan veterans protest against the clashes between the pension reform and the police and arrested more than 30 people

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 Taiwan veterans protest against the clashes between the pension reform and the police and arrested more than 30 people


On the same day, the relevant legislature of the Taiwan legislature held a public hearing on the draft amendments to the service of officers and officers. Because the draft directly related to the vital interests of servicemen, the eight hundred heroes held an oath of rights Congress outside the legislature in the afternoon and launched a demonstration. At the gate of the legislature, the crowd protested the crowd pushing the police erected by the police and the guardrail, and tried to pull the gate into the legislative yard, and a few of the protesters went into the courtyard and were immediately suppressed and arrested by the police. It is reported that the police have been prepared to mount a horse against the March and deploy thousands of police forces. During the conflict, protesters, police officers and journalists were injured. According to Taiwan media reports, the arrested protesters now estimate that there are more than 30 people. At present, the protests are still continuing. It is reported that protesters are preparing to stay overnight and continue to fight. After the Democratic Progressive Party authorities came to power, the reform of the army and public education pension system has been promoted and social disputes have been continuously triggered. In February 27th of this year, the Veterans group launched a struggle, impacted the legislature, clashed with the police, and one of the protesters fell from the high. In response to the remedial action of the authorities, eight hundred heroes chief executive Luo Ruida 25 said that the authorities were incompetent, resulting in the bankruptcy of the fund and the public debt. In the past two years, the authorities have not communicated with soldiers, but have labeled anti war soldiers with anti reform labels. Soldiers want justice and veterans should defend their dignity. If the authorities can not fully understand the aspirations of veterans, the struggle will never cease. Xie Jianhu, the representative of eight hundred heroes, said, if reform is better, who wants to go to the streets? Source: Xinhua editor: Ji Xue Ying _NN6784 At present, the protests are still continuing. It is reported that protesters are preparing to stay overnight and continue to fight. After the Democratic Progressive Party authorities came to power, the reform of the army and public education pension system has been promoted and social disputes have been continuously triggered. In February 27th of this year, the Veterans group launched a struggle, impacted the legislature, clashed with the police, and one of the protesters fell from the high. In response to the remedial action of the authorities, eight hundred heroes chief executive Luo Ruida 25 said that the authorities were incompetent, resulting in the bankruptcy of the fund and the public debt. In the past two years, the authorities have not communicated with soldiers, but have labeled anti war soldiers with anti reform labels. Soldiers want justice and veterans should defend their dignity. If the authorities can not fully understand the aspirations of veterans, the struggle will never cease. Xie Jianhu, the representative of eight hundred heroes, said, if reform is better, who wants to go to the streets?