“On a day of introspection for everyone, in particular for the KMT, it is a pity that the administration of [President] Ma [Ying-jeou (馬英九)] would resort to inappropriate security deployment to restrict people’s freedom of movement,” Tsai said, adding that “it was not an attitude that the KMT should be showing on the anniversary of the 228 Massacre.”
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