字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Prior to this morning's meeting of the KMT disciplinary comittee, President Ma Ying-jeou, who also serves as KMT chairman, held yet another news conference lashing out at Wang, and insisting he wasn't fit to continue in the legislature. However, Ma's insistence that Wang's party membership must be stripped led to criticism that the president didn't leave any room for the disciplinary committee to reach any other conclusion. One hour before the KMT held its disciplinary meeting, President Ma hosted a news conference, using the title of KMT chairman. After watching Speaker Wang’s speech at the airport, I was deeply disappointed. I believe Wang is no longer suited to serving as legislative speaker. If the KMT cannot give Wang a punishment that results in revoking his KMT membership and disqualifying him as a KMT at-large legislator, which would mandate his departure from the Legislature, it would be tantamount to tacitly permitting Wang’s continued trampling of the dignity of our justice system. DPP Legislator Chen Ting-fei believes that Ma’s statement was to send a message to the party’s disciplinary committee. (Ma) directly set the tone, requesting the disciplinary committee to follow his position and his plan. If this isn’t applying pressure to the committee then what is it? I want to ask Ma Ying-jeou, have you gone crazy? Are you in this much of a rush? KMT Central Standing Committee member Lee Te-wei is a known for his alignment with the Lien Chan party faction. On Facebook, he also questioned Ma’s sanity and called the president’s methods crude and despicable.