Police defend decision to prohibit Taipei protest on May 20
Taipei, April 27 (CNA) A police official on Friday defended a decision to reject an application to hold a protest parade near the Presidential Office on May 20 after the decision was condemned by the applicant as a resumption of martial law.
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