Chui Sai On calls for “One country, two systems” principle for Taiwan reunification

8 January 2019

Macau will maintain its role in exchanges between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait, the Chief Executive said on Monday.

On the other hand, Chui Sai On considered that the “One country, two systems” principle is the one that best serves the subject of the reunification of Taiwan.

Chui Sai On was speaking at a meeting with top political and social leaders in Macau on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the “Message to compatriots in Taiwan.”

The meeting was also attended by Vice-Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), Edmund Ho Hau Wah and the new director of the Central Government Liaison Office in Macau, Fu Ziying.

In his speech, Chui said that Macau has been promoting economic, cultural, social and people exchange with Taiwan and has ensured that the Macau Special Administrative Region will continue to contribute to the development of relations between the two sides of the Strait, with the aim of moving towards peaceful reunification.

The Chief Executive also said, according to an official statement, that Macau will continue to encourage liaison and communication with Taiwan in a number of areas, including trade, education and tourism.

Edmund Ho Hau Wah said Macau has become an example of how the “One country, two systems” principle is a success and an example for the reunification of Taiwan. (macauhub)