Taiwan's President Bluntly to China - One Country Two System Won't Work - AB TAK NEWS


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Wednesday, 20 May 2020

Taiwan's President Bluntly to China - One Country Two System Won't Work

Taiwan's President Bluntly to China - One Country Two System Won't Work

"Democratic Taiwan will never accept China's rules and China will have to find a way to live in peace with this reality."

Taiwan's President Sai Ing-wen said this on Wednesday at the beginning of his second term.

By the way, this opportunity was also to celebrate the victory of Taiwan in the ongoing fight against the Corona virus.

In the January elections, President Sai Ing-wen was given a second chance by Taiwanese voters.

President Sai Ing-wen has been a staunch critic of China's campaign to isolate Taiwan.

Heartburn from Sai Ing-wen to China

Sai Ing-wen sees Taiwan as a sovereign country and believes that Taiwan is not part of 'One China'. China is angry about his attitude.

Ever since she came to power in 2016, China has been refusing to negotiate with Taiwan.

Not only this, China has also increased economic, military and diplomatic pressure on this island.

China believes Taiwan is its territory. China says that it can be captured by force of power if needed.

'One country, two systems'

On the lines of Hong Kong, there has been talk of implementing a 'one country, two systems' model in Taiwan in which Taiwan will have the right to freedom on certain issues if China accepts its suzerainty.

But Sai Ing-wen made it clear at the beginning of his second term that nothing is going to be achieved.

He said, "We will not accept the suzerainty of China in the name of a 'one country, two system' argument in which Taiwan's status will be reduced and the current state of Sino-Taiwan relations will change."

Sai Ing-wen has once again offered to negotiate with China and he appealed to Chinese President Xi Jinping to work with him to reduce tension.

"It is the responsibility of both sides to find a way to coexistence and work to end differences and estrangement."

Fresh controversy over WHO

President Sai Ing-wen also said on Wednesday that Taiwan will continue its struggle for participation in international organizations and strengthen relations with the US, Japan, Europe and other like-minded countries.

Taiwan has accused China of forcing the World Health Organization to keep it out. However, China says that Taiwan is one of its provinces and cannot be treated like a country.

Although the US only recognizes China, the Trump administration has given full support to Taiwan. Recently, the US had raised the question that when Taiwan gave information to the WHO about Corona virus infection, why was it ignored?

At the meeting of the World Health Organization's Health Assembly at the beginning of this week, when Taiwan wanted to share the experience of dealing with the corona epidemic, it did not get this opportunity.

A spokesman for the US State Department said recently, "WHO, which also refused to give Observer status to Taiwan, has re-elected politics over public health. WHO's work has ruined both time and life."

Why is there a dispute between China and Taiwan

China has always viewed Taiwan as a province that is separated from it. China has been believing that Taiwan will become a part of China in the future. While a large population of Taiwan wants to see themselves as a separate country. And this has been the reason for the tension between the two.

Taiwan was a colony of the Netherlands from the years 1642 to 1661. After that, the Ching Dynasty of China ruled Taiwan from the year 1683 to 1895. But after the defeat of China at the hands of Japan in 1895, Taiwan came to Japan.

After Japan's defeat in the Second World War, the United States and Britain decided that Taiwan should be handed over to its ally and China's great statesman and military commander Chang Kai-shek.

Chang's party at that time had control over a large part of China. But after a few years, Chang Kai-shek's armies were defeated by the Communist Army. Then Chang and his allies fled China to Taiwan and for many years dominated Taiwan with a population of 1.5 million.

After many years of very bitter relations between China and Taiwan, the relationship began to improve in the 1980s. China then proposed to Taiwan under 'One Country Two System' that if it considers itself a part of China, it will be granted autonomy.
Taiwan rejected the proposal.

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