Recently, the Kuomintang Legislative Yuan group threw "pig viscera" in the Legislative Yuan, triggering a battle between the government and the opposition over the importation of pigs from the United States. The KMT launched this wave of boycotts and protests, which not only highlighted the lack of communication and consultation with opposition parties, civic groups and relevant stakeholders on this issue by the DPP government, as well as the hasty and lack of transparency in decision-making.
At the same time, it also highlights the dilemma of the Kuomintang trying to intervene in the policy process, paralyzing discussions photo background removing in a way that undermines the image of the Kuomintang party, and also harms Taiwan's international image. The above-mentioned political conflict was caused by the Tsai Ing-wen government’s announcement that it will open the import of pork with lean meat and American cattle over 30 months of age on January 1, 2021, which has triggered confrontation between political parties in Taiwan and tensions with civic groups. The DPP was ridiculed as a "double-standard party" before and after the election. It wanted both face and insides.
It was an opposition party and strongly opposed the import of US pigs and cattle; Because of choosing to open up Laizhu, the policy stance is not only capricious, but also the decision-making is rough and hasty, and there is no public explanation and apology to the Chinese people for the repeated policy stance. The Kuomintang claimed to uphold its national interests and safeguard the health and safety of the people, insisting on "zero inspection" and "no factory inspection, no opening!" "Strategy to "isolate" the DPP government. At the same time, it uses the boycott of the Legislative Yuan's deliberation operations to create issues and set agendas, in an attempt to seize the policy dominance in public forums. According to polls, most Taiwanese people are not in favor of opening up the import of pigs First of all, the general public in Taiwan is not in favor of opening up the import of pigs. Those who identify