TDSL prepares 27 proposals to share at upcoming two sessions

2024-02-29 Editor : Li Yan ECNS App Download

The Central Committee of the Taiwan Democratic Self-Government League said it plans to submit 27 party proposals, with a particular emphasis on proposals concerning cross-Strait relations, to the upcoming annual two sessions that will soon start next week.

The TDSL, founded on Nov 12, 1947, now has about 3,400 members and is one of the eight non-communist parties that participate in State affairs under the leadership of the CPC, and it has advantages in promoting cross-Strait exchanges.

The party recently said at a briefing that its proposals this year highlight the shared historical roots and origins of the Chinese mainland and Taiwan, aiming at promoting Taiwan compatriots to oppose "Taiwan independence" and advocate for reunification.

It said the party will also make proposals to encourage active participation from Taiwan compatriots in the grand endeavor of modernization, while promoting cross-Strait integration. Additionally, the proposals also hope to satisfy the needs of compatriots from Taiwan.

The party's proposals also focus on fostering high-quality economic growth and topics on science, education, culture, health, social governance, environmental protection and rural vitalization.

Wu Guohua, a member of the Standing Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, the country's top political advisory body, and vice-chairwoman of the Central Committee of the TDSL, said the major task this year of the party is to promote cross-Strait exchanges.


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