Taiwan pushs LGBT and separatism

Friday, 11 November, 2016 - 14:00

Taiwan's lawmakers are reported to work on three bills to legalize the same-sex unions, while one of them is almost finished and will be probably adopted in the coming months.

Sodomites have created an active lobby group. Moreover, Tsai Ing-wen, the President of Taiwan supports this group. She does not deny the fact that the legalization of perversion in the Asian country will set a precedent, opening the door to sodomites of other countries in the region. According to Tsai Ing-wen’s statement, these bills will prepare the traditionalist society in Asia to "new forms of democracy."

In addition, Yu Mei-nu (a sponsor the same-sex marriage bill), a ruling Democratic Progressive Party lawmaker said: «It's a big step forward for the history of human rights»

In particular, the creation of multi-party systems in countries with a strong vertical of power is planning to be held in this context.

In such way, Taiwan maintains Hong Kong's opposition against China. President Tsai Ing-wen also called to «respect the choice of the people», accusing Beijing to prevent the opposition members, elected in the parliament. However, mainland China has not interfered in the work of the legislature of Hong Kong. China made a brief statement about the inadmissibility of riots and discontent of the opposition, due to the fact that their leaders simply refused to take the oath, offending in this way the other parliamentarians.