Wang Bingzhang in an undated
photo. (Photo from Wikipedia)
China Aid Association
(Corrections made on Dec. 12 note the Taiwanese spelling of Legislative Assembly member Tien Chiu-Chin’s name.)
(Taipei, Taiwan—Dec. 4, 2013) Taiwan’s National Assembly legislators have drafted an interrogatory that seeks to determine whether or not links between Chinese-American dissident Wang Bingzhang, imprisoned in China on espionage charges, and Taiwan’s intelligence agency exist, as decided upon in a resolution from Monday’s hearing, at which Wang’s daughter, Ti-Anna Wang, testified (https://chinaaid.org/2013/12/china-16-becomes-china-18-prisoners.html).
|The inquiry into Wang Bingzhang’s connection
to Taiwan’s intelligence agency, drafted and
signed by legislators Tian Quijin and Chen
Xuesheng. (Photo courtesy of Tien Chiu-Chin)
Assembly members Tien Chiu-Chin, Chen Xuesheng, You Meinu, and Chen Qimai on “Whether
or not Wang Bingzhang was a spy for Taiwan.”
three other members jointly held a press conference and hearing entitled “An Operation
of Emergent Aids to Chinese Political Prisoners: In Concurrence with the U.S.
Congress.” A resolution made at the
hearing was to submit a joint, written interrogatory to the President of the
Legislative Assembly about “Whether or not Wang Bingzhang was a spy working for
Taiwan.” The government needs to explain whether Wang Bingzhang was sentenced
to life in prison because he spied for Taiwan. If Wang Bingzhang was an agent
spying for Taiwan, the government of Taiwan ought to make efforts to rescue
him. If he was not, then the government of Taiwan ought to clarify that to the
international society. The Executive Assembly is requested to ask the agencies
under its jurisdiction, which are in charge of mainland China affairs, to
investigate whether or not Wang Bingzhang worked for Taiwan’s intelligence
agency and conducted espionage activities in mainland China. The results of the
investigation shall be reported in writing to the above legislators before Human
Rights Day on December 10 and will be transferred by the legislators to Ms.
Ti-Anna Wang, daughter of Wang Bingzhang.
Legislator: Chen Xuesheng
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