Anti-infiltration bill passes legislature amid protests

12/31/2019 05:12 PM
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Taipei, Dec. 31 (CNA) An anti-infiltration bill which criminalizes political activities backed by hostile foreign forces such as China, was pushed through the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)-controlled legislature Tuesday, despite protests from the opposition that the bill could be used to suppress those who hold different political views to the government.


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