By: Lu Hsin-huei and Elizabeth Hsu
Taipei, April 12 (CNA) Former National Security Council Secretary-General Su Chi (蘇起) said
Sunday that the country’s main opposition party does not have a firm policy on Taiwan-China relations and needs to address that shortcoming.
The Democratic Progressive Party’s (DPP) has failed to resolve the fundamental problem of its differences with China regarding the perception of cross-strait relations, Su said.
The DPP’s “policy on relations with the mainland (China) is not solid enough,” he said, adding his voice to the public commentary on the policy, which was put forth last week by DPP Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) at a meeting of the party’s China Affairs Committee.
Su, a member of the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) who served as head of Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council 1999-2000, said he believes the DPP guidelines are aimed mainly at the people of Taiwan and at the United States. [FULL STORY]