United Daily News: DPP should offer its solutions
The opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) organized massive protests against President Ma Ying-jeou on the eve of his second inauguration, accusing Ma of making life difficult for the people by raising fuel and electricity rates and allowing imports of U.S. beef containing residues of the leanness-enhancing drug ractopamine.
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