China's '26 measures' seek to influence elections: Taiwan government
Taipei, Nov. 4 (CNA) The "26 measures" announced by China Monday, which claim to treat Taiwanese the same as their Chinese counterparts, is nothing but a ploy to divide Taiwanese people and an attempt to influence the outcome of the January 2020 presidential and legislative elections, the Presidential Office said.
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