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    Posted March 24, 2014 by
    Taipei, Taiwan
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    Committee of CSSTA(Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement) Resolved to Take Students’ Demands

    黃揚明/台北報導 Translate by OLi Liu劉阜平
    The Committee of Interior assembled joint conference with 8 senators of Legislative Yuan this morning to re-examine the CSSTA, during which DDP senator Bing-Rei Wu announced three proposals, including nullity of the illegitimate meeting hosted by Ching-Chung Zhang on March 17th, the corresponding auditing report, and that the Conference Department of Legislative Yuan should reject the report immediately; CSSTA should start it’s examination after Cross-Strait Agreement Watch is legislated; the Executive Yuan should withdraw the agreement and in the mean time restart negotiation with CCP.

    With substancial absence of KMT senators, the three proposals were passed without objection, and thus catered to Taiwanese students’ demands.

    Other committee’s were postponed due to the occupation of Legislative Yuan, so had been the joint conference, however, the DDP members decided this morning to continue on the meeting, with DDP senators all arrived at the conference hall to begin the conference. Current attendance has exeeded 40 senators, 1/3 of the whole as the law had been legislated, the conference proceeded without any presence of KMT senators.

    published 08:51 3/24 Taipei zone+08:00
    updated 09:28
    translated 14:51





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