By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
Former Vice President Annette Lu suggested on Sunday that President-elect Tsai Ing-wen hold public hearings to discern pubic opinions and get them across to the Chinese leader in her inauguration speech on May 20.
Lu told the media that she did know what points Tsai would make in the May 20 speech but urged her not to let unexpected statements pop up in her speech.
Why not hold public hearings so that Tsai can get some ideas of what to say on May 20, Lu said.
Lu suggested that Tsai get new public opinions across to China’s leader Xi Jinping as she was elected by the Taiwanese people. [FULL STORY]