DPP caucus accuses China of 'blackmailing, coercing' Taiwan
Taipei, June 25 (CNA) The legislative caucus of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) reacted angrily Sunday to China's suspension of official communications with Taiwan, saying that forcing Taiwanese to accept its version of the "1992 Consensus" is tantamount to "blackmailing and coercing."
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