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    Protesters occupy Taiwan legislature

    The President Ma Yin-jeou Said “The Agreement MUST BE PASSED.” Even Though No Deliberation

    Taiwan President Ma Yin-jeon, in Presidential Palace, is paying his attention to the event “Occupying Legislative Yuan” led by civil groups. He also showed his support to the speaking of Legislative Yuan’s head, Wang, Jin-Pyng, who asked the citizen at the scene to stay calm and self-control. As per the updated speaking of the spokesman, the President Ma also “totally supported” Wang to “handle the protesting properly” according to the law. That also means he agrees Wang executing the police authority to force the innocent citizen to cease the protest. As for the argument of Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement, President Ma said they must pass the Agreement. On Mar 17th, the legislator Chin-Chung Chang on behalf of KMT unilaterally declared that the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement as a passed legislation and submitted to the committee of Legislative Yuan for archiving. However, the deliberation didn’t begin yet, and the agreement wasn’t even on the schedule. The society began to criticize KMT disobeying the rule; moreover, the civic groups gathered people to express their anger and even occupied the council in the evening of Mar 18th to ask the KMT legislators to examine the clause one by one. However, Wang, Ting-Son, the chief secretary of KMT legislator groups said this issue cannot be explain clearly at present and thus refuse to talk to the protesters.

    The KMT Legislators don’t have the plan to touch the protesters at present
    “The Agreement Must Pass” the President said even though the council is occupied
    President Ma supported Wang, Jin-Pyng, the head of Legislative Yuan to handle the protesting properly by the law
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