Taiwan Charges Pro-china Party Spokesman And Others With Breaching National Security

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TAIPEI – Taiwan prosecutors indicted the spokesman for a pro-China political party and two other members for allegedly seeking to recruit Taiwan military officers on behalf of China and violating the National Security Act, a court statement said.

The Taipei District Prosecutors’ Office said in a statement on Wednesday that New Party spokesman Wang Ping-chung and two party members had acted on behalf of China to recruit a network in Taiwan that included government officials and students.

The indictment said the three “intentionally jeopardized national security and societal stability to develop organizations that serve China’s administrative, military, and Communist Party affairs’ institutions.”




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