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Call from the Taiwanese Prime Minister and President to recall the Tiananmen Square massacre

June 4, 2020

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing Wen and Prime Minister Su Tseng Chang have appealed to remember all victims of the Tiananmen Square massacre celebrating its thirty-first anniversary.

In a message on his Facebook account, Tsai criticized the Chinese government for forgetting the Tiananmen Square massacre and requested that the date of June 4, the day you remember, be remembered remains. Carried out the massacre in central Beijing in 1989.

The Taiwanese Prime Minister has also asked Facebook to “appreciate democracy and not forget June 4th” from Facebook. Su has stated that freedom is a lifestyle in which people have not blocked keywords on the Internet and “are not being sentenced to prison for having different political opinions”.

Call from the Taiwanese Prime Minister and President to recall the Tiananmen Square massacreCall from the Taiwanese Prime Minister and President to recall the Tiananmen Square massacre

Taiwan’s elected vice president, Lai Ching Te, said in turn that the Chinese authorities should reanalyze the Tiananmen massacre and stop suppressing political and religious disagreements. “You should deal with the pursuit of democracy for the people of Hong Kong,” he added.