Taiwan Denies Stoking Hong Kong Unrest and Blasts Communist Party for Refusing to Meet Protestors’ Demands

Poster:Post date:2019-09-03
Region:(Cross-Strait),(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Cross-Strait Issues),(Regional Issues)
(Time, By Adela Lin / Bloomberg)
The Mainland Affairs Council released a statement Sunday denying that Taiwan had interfered in Hong Kong’s affairs and saying that the ongoing protests are instead a result of Beijing’s refusal to “face up to its mistakes… and respect human rights”. The MAC suggested that the only way to diffuse the protests would be through recognizing the protestors’ democratic demands. <Accessed 2019-09-03>  
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