The Sixth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee passed the third historical resolution, which mentioned in the Taiwan-related section that during Xi Jinping's presidency, "adhering to the 'one China' principle and the '92 Consensus', resolutely opposed separatist acts of Taiwan independence, resolutely opposed external interference, firmly Grasp the dominance and initiative in cross-strait relations." Obviously, the CCP's policy toward Taiwan still has strategic determination and confidence, with firmness in principle and flexibility in strategy.
The so-called "principle firmness" refers directly to adhering to the "One China Principle" and the "1992 Consensus" and opposing Taiwan Shadow Making independence, that is, "anti-independence and promoting reunification." One-sided actions show the ambition to dominate the development of cross-strait relations. Looking forward to the fifth-generation leader Xi Jinping after the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, he may appeal to the nationalism and mission of "complete the great cause of reunification of the motherland" as one of the reasons for him to persuade the party to accept his third term.
At present, the DPP government denies the existence of the "1992 Consensus" and claims that "the other side's country" and "two countries across the Taiwan Strait" make cross-strait dialogue difficult. The term "constructive ambiguity" or "constructive ambiguity" is difficult to become a "password" for restarting cross-strait dialogue and cooperation due to its lack of creative and inclusive conceptual connotations. More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels