TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Kuomintang (KMT) official Alex Tsai (蔡正元) on Tuesday (Dec.17) accused a top Australian journalist of having asked for money from Taiwanese intelligence in connection with spy allegations against China.
He was commenting on the case of William Wang Liqiang (王立強), a Chinese defector in Australia who claimed his country had funding KMT candidates in Taiwanese elections. Beijing later tried to discredit Wang by alleging he had been convicted of fraud.
Tsai, an outspoken former KMT legislator now serving as the opposition party’s deputy secretary general, alleged that award-winning investigative journalist Nick McKenzie had lied in his reports and even asked Taiwanese intelligence offices for money, UDN reported.
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