PRC official sees no progress in DPP's China policy
Taiwan News, Staff Writer
2014-01-10 01:53 PM
Taiwan Affairs Office of the PRC Friday responded to Taiwan's opposition Democratic Progressive Party's (DPP) latest document over its stance on China policy at a regular press conference, saying there is "no way out" as the DPP keeps hanging on the "one side, one country" policy and retains the "Taiwan Independence Clause."

DPP's China Affairs Committee held meetings Thursday and reached no decisions about amending or replacing some of the party's documents which elaborate its core values in politics, such as the 1991 Taiwan Independence clause and the 1999 Resolution on Taiwan's Future. A document titled "the 2014 China Policy Review Minutes" was passed at the committee, which supports Taiwan's position as a sovereign and independent country.

The PRC official said at the press conference that the DPP has been claiming it is capable of managing cross-strait relations and seeks a normalized interaction, but such "review minutes" is obviously going in the opposite direction.

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