“If Professor Brown failed to understand a series of incidents of misgovernment, among them land seizures in Dapu District (大埔), Miaoli County; the laid-off-workers controversy and the death of an army corporal, and tried to smear the DPP as engaging in election mobilization, it would be an insult to the awakening of the civil society in Taiwan and to the 500,000 people who attended the mass rally on Sunday,” Wu said.
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TRADE PACT SIEGE: AIT board member raises questions over DPP’s role
POISON PEN?David Brown said in a letter to a US newsletter the party supports the student protesters because it ‘suits the DPP’s election mobilization goals’
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