69% Taiwan people supported for cross-strait cooperation to put pressure on the Philippine government

By | May 13, 2013

After Taiwan issued the 72-hour ultimatum requesting the Philippine side to apologize and investigate the “firing at Taiwan fishing boat”, the Office of the President of the Philippines on the 12th issued a written statement, referring that the Philippine representative had made an “apology”; the Taiwan authorities pointed out that if Office of the President of the Philippines continue the frivolous attitude in responding to the case, it will have to pay the price; During Ma Ying-jeou’s visit to the families of the crew killed, he promised that the government will never show weakness to the Philippines; in addition, the Taiwan Coast Guard sector and the armed forces had formed a coalition fleet to strengthen the South China Sea cruise and fishing protection.

In Taiwan, the latest Wang survey showed that more than 86% of people were dissatisfied with the performance of the Taiwan authority, referring the attitude ad weak; 70% of people supported economic sanctions, such as stopping the introduction of Filipino workers to deal with the Philippines; 69% Taiwan people supported for cross-strait cooperation to put pressure on the Philippine government.

Source: 中国新闻网

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