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When I heard these two words, Tsai Ing-wen "jumped in anger"

When I heard these two words, Tsai Ing-wen "jumped in anger"

 Reference News Network reported on June 23 According to a report on the website of Singapore’s "Lianhe Zaobao" on June 22, Taiwan has successively received new crown vaccines provided by Japan and the United States. The Kuomintang has ridiculed Taiwan as a "vaccine beggar".

The report quoted Taiwan media reports that the epidemic situation on the island of Taiwan is severe, and the number of vaccines purchased by the Taiwan authorities is far less than the number of foreign donations. The Taipei City Councillor Luo Zhiqiang of the Kuomintang approved the inability of the Taiwan authorities to purchase vaccines, making Taiwan a "vaccine beggar."

According to the report, Chen Zongyan, deputy head of the Taiwanese authorities’ epidemic command center, responded to the “vaccine beggar” on the 22nd, saying that the deployment of vaccines began early last year because the vaccine manufacturers could not deliver on schedule and the vaccines had already been purchased. Could not arrive as scheduled.

Regarding the Taiwan authorities’ rebound, Luo Zhiqiang pointed out in an interview on the 22nd that he criticized the Taiwan authorities’ vaccine policy errors.

He also added criticism that Tsai Ing-wen is now angry at the word "beggar", but the DPP criticized Ma Ying-jeou and the mainland for signing the "Cross-Strait Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement" (ECFA) as a "beggar" and obviously a "double standard." .

According to a report from Taiwan's China Times News on June 22, the island’s new crown pneumonia epidemic is severe. Japan and the United States have donated 1.24 million doses of AZ vaccine (Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine) and 2.5 million doses of Modena vaccine to Taiwan. Taipei City Councillor Luo Zhiqiang criticized: “Taiwan’s advanced deployment is to be a vaccine beggar.” In response, Taiwan’s administrative agency spokesman Luo Bingcheng said on the 22nd that the current vaccine shortage is mainly due to the delay in delivery, not that the Taiwan authorities did not buy the vaccine.

In addition, according to a report by Taiwan’s United News Network on June 22, Luo Zhiqiang’s approval of the Taiwan authorities to purchase new crown vaccines is far less than the number of foreign donations, making Taiwan a "vaccine beggar" and detonating Tsai Ing-wen and Lvying to rebound. Kuomintang Chairman Jiang Qichen expressed support on the morning of the 22nd that Tsai Ing-wen and the DPP authorities should be the most responsible for vaccine policy.

Jiang Qichen said that the U.S. and Japan donated vaccines not because of the efforts of the Taiwan authorities, but because they heard the people in Taiwan shouting "vaccine needed." This was the result of the lives of more than 500 Taiwan people, not the political achievements of the Taiwan authorities.



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When I heard these two words, Tsai Ing-wen "jumped in anger"
When I heard these two words, Tsai Ing-wen "jumped in anger"
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