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  • 2008-12-24

    [koe]: [Taipei Times] KMT legislator defends forums with CCP

    KMT legislator defends forums with CCP

    CRITICISM: Both the DPP caucus and some
    KMT lawmakers have voiced concern that
    the forums have usurped the role of
    government-to-government contacts

    By Flora Wang
    STAFF REPORTER
    The Taipei Times
    Wednesday, Dec 24, 2008, Page 3

    Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) caucus
    secretary-general Chang Sho-wen (張碩文)
    defended last weekend's KMT-Chinese
    Communist Party (CCP) forum yesterday,
    saying that anyone or any organization
    that strives to ensure the "happiness
    of the people" deserves credit.

    Chang was responding to criticism from
    the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)
    caucus that the forum had replaced the
    government in cross-strait negotiations.

    DPP caucus whip William Lai (賴清德)
    said cross-strait talks should proceed
    within a government-to-government
    framework, rather than a party-to-party
    mechanism.

    The direct transportation links and the
    arrival of the two pandas would not have
    been made possible without the KMT-CCP
    forum, adding that although the forum
    was a platform between the two parties,
    it had made numerous "constructive"
    contributions to cross-strait relations,
    Chang said.

    He praised KMT Chairman Wu Poh-hsiung
    (吳伯雄) and former KMT chairman Lien
    Chan (連戰), who both attended the
    Shanghai forum, which wrapped up on
    Monday.

    Two KMT lawmakers, however, supported
    Lai's view.

    Legislators Shyu Jong-shyoung (徐中雄)
    and Lu Shiow-yen (盧秀燕) said a
    non-governmental channel was no longer
    important since exchanges between
    officials from Taiwan and China had
    resumed.

    Chang rebuffed his colleagues'
    criticism.

    "We think it [the forum] could end
    after both sides of the Taiwan Strait
    sign a peace agreement," he said.

    Meanwhile, KMT caucus deputy
    secretary-general Lo Shu-lei (羅淑蕾)
    dismissed media speculation that the
    government would disregard the forum's
    resolutions.

    The government needs time to evaluate
    results of the forum, she said.

    The forum came up with nine suggestions,
    including increasing the number of
    cross-strait charter flights from 108
    per week to 168 during the Lunar New
    Year holiday, which begins on Jan. 25.

    During the forum, Taiwan Affairs Office
    Director Wang Yi (王毅) said that
    Chinese banking institutions, including
    the China Development Bank, the Bank of
    China and the Industrial and Commercial
    Bank of China, would be authorized to
    increase the size of the loans and
    credit services they can offer to
    China-based Taiwanese enterprises to
    help them weather any difficulties they
    might face during the current economic
    downturn.


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