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Premier Su addresses referendum results


Premier Su Tseng-chang attended a press conference following the 2021 national referendum on Saturday, and said that citizens had shown strong support for government policies through the most direct exercise of their civil rights possible. That gives our administration even greater confidence, he said, and we will continue to strive to serve the people and complete the tasks they have entrusted to us.

Since the referendum issues were first proposed, the premier said, proponents and opponents including civic groups and political parties have been involved in a continuous process of critical analysis and communication, presenting suggestions and ideas about the relevant issues from different perspectives. This allowed the government to give more thorough consideration to all the issues, for which the premier expressed his utmost respect and appreciation.

While we are blessed with a good democratic environment, it was not an easy task for the people to discuss and decide on public policy issues and implement direct democracy, the premier said. The government will adopt an even more humble attitude in light of the process and results of this referendum, and work with even greater effort and resolve to serve the people and carry out their will, so that the world will admire Taiwan's democratic achievements even more.

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