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  Overseas Chinese in Mongolia condemn Taiwan authorities' referendum plan

China’s Official Press --- People’s Daily

August 14, 2007

The Overseas Chinese Association in Mongolia issued a statement on Friday, strongly condemning Taiwan authorities' proposed referendum on UN membership in the name of Taiwan.

Resident Chinese in Mongolia are outraged by the referendum plan by Taiwan authorities who obstinately cling to their secessionist moves of seeking "Taiwan independence," the statement said.

Taiwan is an inalienable part of China's territory and Taiwan authorities' UN membership bid will never succeed, the statement said.

The referendum plan proposed by leader of Taiwan authorities Chen Shuibian is no more than an attempt to cover up his misdeeds and a "despicable trick" designed to stir up and distort public opinion on Taiwan, the statement added.

The overseas Chinese in Mongolia support the Chinese government's policy of the peaceful reunification of the motherland and will never allow "Taiwan independence" secessionist forces to split Taiwan away from the motherland.

Source: Xinhua


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