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DPP clarifies upcoming dinner not a nat’l report simulation

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Release time:2024/05/09 16:07
Last update time:2024/05/09 16:07
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DPP clarifies upcoming dinner not a nat’l report simulation (TVBS News) DPP clarifies upcoming dinner not a nat’l report simulation
DPP clarifies upcoming dinner not a nat'l report simulation (TVBS News)

TAIPEI (TVBS News) — Wu Szu-yao (吳思瑤), the Democratic Progressive Party's (DPP) legislative caucus secretary-general, clarified on Thursday (May 9), that a planned gathering of DPP legislators and President-elect Lai Ching-te is not a simulation of a national affairs report.

It was earlier reported the DPP is organizing a dinner meeting between President-elect Lai Ching-te (賴清德) and 51 legislators on Thursday (May 14).

 

However, Wu stressed it as an opportunity for Lai to seek advice and motivate the party's lawmakers.

She revealed that the preparation for this dinner had been nearly two months in the making and the aim is to create a platform for legislators to offer suggestions directly to Lai Ching-te, ensuring their voices are heard and considered in the governance process.

Despite recent setbacks in legislative votes, the DPP remains committed to its goals. Wu emphasized the importance of maintaining dialogue with society, even in the face of defeat.
 

"We may have faced losses in the legislature, but we cannot afford to lose our dialogue with society," she said. The party is determined to continue its efforts to garner the greatest possible public support, she added.

The upcoming dinner is seen as a crucial step in strengthening the DPP's legislative strategy and morale. By fostering open communication and unity among its members, the DPP aims to navigate the challenges of governance with renewed vigor and commitment.

 

 

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