DPP authorities abandon bottom line to woo anti-China forces: mainland

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The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) authorities in the Taiwan region have abandoned the bottom line to woo external anti-China forces, which will be seen through by an increasing number of people in Taiwan, said Ma Xiaoguang, spokesperson of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, on Wednesday.

Ma made the remarks at a press conference when commenting on reports by Taiwan media that documents from the U.S. judiciary show that the so-called diplomatic achievements toward the U.S. hyped by the DPP authorities were mostly achieved by throwing money to U.S. public relations companies.

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