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Students stormed Democratic Progressive Party （DPP） he身分證借錢台中adquarters in Taipei yesterday, escalating a protest over controversial amendments to the Labor Standards Act （勞動基準法）.借貸利息最低
About 20 students from groups affi高雄借錢liated with the Workers’ Struggle Alliance scuffled with police guarding the glass doors lead to the DPP’s offices, shouting for President Tsai Ing-wen （蔡英文） to come out and face them over the pa小額貸款率利試算表rty’s plan to cut the number of national holidays per year from 19 to 12.
The cuts would be implemented following the passage of a bill that is part of reforms to impl彰化小額借款3萬ement a 40-hour workweek, with a final vote possible as soon as next week after the expiration 小額借款of a one-month waiting period imposed after cross-caucus negotiations.
Protesters occupied a reception area at the DPP offices shortly after noon, prior to a meeting of the DPP Central Standing Committee,學生小額借款10萬 after reportedly failing to force their way down to a小額信貸利息試算 lower floor where the meeting was to be held.
They pasted slogans across foyer walls and doors, occasionally shouting slogans 小額貸款率利最低銀行 2017in between speeches.小額借錢快速撥款
“The main reason [for the occupation] is the response we received from [DPP caucus whip] Ker Chien-ming （柯建銘） yesterday [Tuesday] and the fact that we have protested in front of DPP headquarters many times, but have never received a response,” Taiwan Higher Education Union student action committee member Su台中小額借錢 Tzu-hsuan （蘇子軒） said.苗栗小額借款快速撥款
Ker on Tuesday said he was only wi個人小額貸款lling to discuss the amendments with other legislators, after protesters briefly occupied one of his offices at the Legislative Yuan to demand a public debate.
The protesters also criticized statements by Legislative Speaker Su Jia-chyuan （蘇嘉全）, who 台南小額借款學生s台南小額借貸aid Tuesday’s occupation was 銀行小額貸款率利最低unacceptable, as a legislator’s office constitutes “private space.”
“If offices were truly ‘private space,’ then Su as legislative speaker should not have issued an offi信用卡小額借款利息cial condemnation and the fact that he did not shows that they at least partially belong to the public,” Su Tzu-hsuan said, threatening that the protesters would follow DPP members “like shadows” if they failed to respond.
“We have to draw a line between ourselves and this ‘capitalist’ party that is advancing the interests of the wealthy, meeting secretly with business groups and capitalists, rather than listening to young people,” he said.
The protesters occupied the foyer for about an hour before attempting to stage a retreat, only to be blocked briefly by police officers before they were allowed to quietly trickle into the elevators.
DPP officials reportedly asked the police to refrain from dragging the stu台中借錢免留車dents out of the building高雄借錢週轉.小額借貸利息計算
Su said the protesters staged a voluntary retreat after it became apparent there was “absolutely 中壢小額借款快速撥款n小額貸款利率o way” that they would meet with Tsa小額貸款率利計算i屏東民間小額借款.高雄小額借貸借款-放款迅速-輕鬆借款
DPP spokesman Juan銀行小額借款利率 Chao-hsiung （阮昭雄） said the party respected the protesters’ opinions and their right to freedom of expression.
“We respect different opinions and believe these young people have fully 高雄小額借款5萬expressed theirs,” Juan said when asked why no DPP officials tried to communicate with the prote身分證小額借款台中sters.
Tsai did not co台中借錢救急m銀行小額借款m台中小額借貸e小額借款學生nt on the protest during the committee meeting, Juan said.
Additional reporting by Chen Wei-台南民間小額借款h小額借款利息怎算an高雄證件借款3萬小額借款 台中
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