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Taiwan Authority's De-sinicizing Moves Condemned
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Mainland spokesman condemned Taiwan authority's "de-sinicizing" moves Wednesday.

Taiwan authority's "de-sinicizing" moves, the separatists' moves are unable to win people's support, said spokesman for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council Wednesday.

Recently, Taiwan authorities headed by Chen Shui-bian has promoted a series of "de-sinicizing" separatists' moves, aiming to create the social climate for the "de jure Taiwan independence" scheme, Li said.

These moves aggravated antinomy between ethnic groups of Taiwan and stirred tension of relations across the Taiwan Strait, he said, stressing Chen attempts to seek his personal benefits from these evil conducts.

The politically motivated "de-sinicizing" moves, regardless of Taiwan people's livelihood and Taiwan's economic development, are lambasted and opposed by other Taiwan parties and Taiwan people as well as the international community, he said.

These separatists' moves are unable to win people's support and there is no way out for promoting "Taiwan independence", he said, stressing these separatists' moves are opposed by peoples on the two sides across the Taiwan Strait.

Taiwan leader Chen Shui-bian announced on Feb. 8 that the authorities will remove the words "China" or "Chinese" from the island's "government-run" organizations, enterprises and from certain laws and regulations.

Last month, Taiwan authorities adopted a resolution that requires the island's National Palace Museum to remove all the labels that identify exhibits as being from the Chinese mainland. The move triggered widespread criticism from both mainland and Taiwan scholars.

(Xinhua News Agency February 14, 2007)

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