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    President stays silent during protest rally (2013/01/13)

    Facing a chorus of calls from protesters to alter his policies, President Ma Ying-jeou was silent today. His only public appearance was to pay tribute to a late KMT president. The premier, meanwhile, claimed the government is already undertaking the protesters’ demands.

    A light drizzle Sunday didn’t stop Ma Ying-jeou from carrying out his annual tradition of honoring late President Chiang Ching-kuo, this time on the 25th anniversary of Chiang’s death. But the reporters who joined Ma at Taoyuan’s Touliao Mausoleum were more interested in the president’s response to the day’s political rally.

    Ma didn’t comment. But elsewhere Premier Sean Chen, who faces calls for his resignation, did.

    Sean Chen
    Premier
    The Cabinet has seen many of the requests being made at the 113 rally and is already executing them, says Chen.

    After the rally began, members of the Presidential Office laid low. They said President Ma would simply return to look over documents. To ensure his safety, tight security precautions were made in the surrounding area.

    On Ketagalan Boulevard police set up layers of barriers to close off the square in front of the Presidential Office. They were prepared, as were the demonstrators off to the side.

    The protest did not pass by Ma’s official residence, the Chunghsing Apartment. But, to prevent any replay of the recent manure-throwing incident, security in the surrounding area was tight.

    Police made sure that abuse of the president went no further than the verbal criticism taking place outside.
    中文 Chinese  
    馬吳陳反應

    民進黨發起113嗆馬大遊行,而今天剛好也是前總統蔣經國,逝世25週年紀念日,馬總統上午特地率領國民黨幹部,到桃園大溪頭寮謁靈,不過他短暫致意後就離開,沒有回應遊行民眾的訴求,倒是人在南投的行政院長陳?,說113遊行的訴求,行政院已經在做了。

    天空飄著小雨,馬總統依照慣例,帶著國民黨內幹部,到桃園大溪頭寮謁靈,向前總統蔣經國致意,不過就在他逝世25週年的這一天,民進黨發起火大遊行,號召民眾上街對馬政府嗆聲。

    不過被綠營要求,應該下台的閣揆陳?,倒是趁機向民眾喊話。

    [[行政院長 陳?]]
    “113遊行很多訴求,陳?我們都看到了,行政院都已經在做了”

    遊行開始後,府院高層就沒有任何公開行程,府方表示,馬總統會回到府內批公文,而為了確保他的安全,總統府周邊早就戒備森嚴。

    凱道上,警方早就用層層的拒馬鐵網,讓府前廣場成了管制禁地,維持總統府安全的憲兵隊,個個荷槍持彈,活動拒馬也擺在一旁待命。

    另外,為了避免抗議民眾,日前到中興寓所丟牛糞的情況再發生,遊行路線沒有經過的寓所周邊,維安規格更高。

    層層警力戒護,要讓馬總統在民眾的抗議聲中,有一條平安回家的路。
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