Regarding the turmoil of Mirror TV's application for the establishment of the case, Su Zhenchang said that if there is any violation of the law, the responsible organ will handle it according to law; if there is any suspected violation of the law, the public can also provide information and carry out operations according to law, emphasizing "Do not distort, and do not Deliberately spreading rumors.” (Photo by reporter Tian Yuhua)

[Reporter Yang Chengyu/Taipei Report] Opposition legislators accused President Tsai Ing-wen and Executive President Su Zhenchang of being suspected of setting up a case for interventional television, but they were solemnly refuted by Cai and Su.

Su Zhenchang said in a joint interview with the Legislative Yuan today (30) that if there is any violation of the law, the responsible agency will handle it according to law; if there is any suspected violation of the law, the public can also provide information and carry out operations according to law.

Su Kui emphasized: "However, don't distort, and don't deliberately spread rumors."

The Legislative Yuan will continue the general questioning of the Chief Executive's policy address today.

Regarding the turmoil of Jing TV's application for the establishment of the case, the media asked whether to file a lawsuit?

Su Zhenchang responded that the National Communications Commission (NCC) is an independent agency that operates independently according to its powers.

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Su Zhenchang emphasized that if there is any violation of law, the responsible agency will handle it according to law; if there is any suspected violation of law, the public can also provide information and carry out operations according to law; however, do not distort, and do not deliberately spread rumors.