Retired Taiwan Navy Captain Guo Xi accused Kuomintang Party member Ma Wenjun of the Legislative Yuan (the island's legislature) of passing secret information about the first Taiwan-built submarine to foreign intelligence agencies, the Taipei Ribao newspaper said, Report informs via TASS.
He noted that the politician transmitted abroad information about the construction of the submarine and “foreign specialists participating in the project.” This led to them being arrested after leaving Taiwan. As a result, work on individual technological solutions for the submarine was complicated, which slowed down the construction of the lead ship of the series.
Ma Wenjun responded by calling the accusations slander and wrote a statement to the prosecutor's office against the retired military man. "He did this so that I wouldn't get elected. He talks about his confidential information all the time. Why won't the Democratic Progressive Party government do something about him?" the newspaper quotes her words.
As Guo Xi noted, he established the data that the politician transferred to foreign intelligence services. In addition, he indicated that he has the necessary evidence against her and intends to initiate a criminal case in order to provide all the necessary data to the court.