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Newsflash


Student protest leaders Chen Wei-ting, front left, and Lin Fei-fan, right, gesture yesterday during the ongoing protest in front of the Legislative Yuan in Taipei against the cross-strait service trade pact.
Photo: Sam Yen, AFP

Without any positive response from President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) to their demands, student activists occupying the legislative floor yesterday said that they would organize a demonstration on Sunday in front of the Presidential Office Building in Taipei to increase the pressure on the president.

They said they may continue their occupation of the Legislative Yuan’s chamber as well.

“We have been here for 10 days, yet the president has not responded to us. If he thinks that we will eventually give up and walk out of the legislative chamber on our own, I want to tell him that he is wrong,” student leader Lin Fei-fan (林飛帆) told an afternoon news conference outside the legislative chamber.