DPP lawmakers launch 70-hour fast on cross-strait trade pact row
Taipei, March 18 (CNA) Three opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) lawmakers began a 70-hour hunger strike Tuesday in protest over a unilateral move by the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) to deliver a trade-in-service agreement with China straight to the legislative floor.
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