POSTAL PROTEST:：Dismissal letters were distributed to protesters who were asked them to sign and mail them to the Presidential Office as an expression of their anger
By Chris Wang, Loa Iok-sin, Tsai Ching-hua and Stacy Hsu / Staff reporters and Staff writer
Mon, Sep 30, 2013 - Page 1
Tens of thousands of people held a series of protests nationwide yesterday calling on President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) to step down over a variety of issues, from his failed promises and infringement of the Constitution in a widening wiretap controversy, to a government lawsuit against laid-off workers.
The protests began near the heavily protected presidential residence, where several hundred people, most wearing white, gathered for a protest.
“This is only the beginning of your misery rather than the end of the anti-Ma movement, Mr Ma, because we will be shadowing you wherever you may go,” Shen Chih-lin (沈志霖), spokesperson of the Alliance of Civil Action Against Ma Ying-jeou told reporters.