Premier calls for cross-party consensus on cross-strait relations; the legislature will review the agreements signed by Chiang and Chen this Friday and make necessary changes to the law to avoid contradictions; Ma tries to blame the DPP for violence, even for the night of the 5th, despite the crowd gathering on its own spontaneously (some DPP legislators/city councilors later came to ride the coat tails); at his press conference on the morning of the 6th, Ma also accused the DPP of breaking a promise to keep things peaceful the night of the 5th, though the DPP signed only an agreement for the protest ending at 8:00pm on the 6th (and did a pretty good job keeping that promise); NSB chief also accuses Tsai Ing-wen of basically breaking a promise, even though the DPP did demobilize all the people they brought to the protest.
Ma's going public with his "China agrees to 'mutual non-denial'" thing now (just wrote about that; I think it's not true. China's just not denying mutual non-denial in Taiwan's face; but on the other hand, CCP-friendly Chinese media are talking about "mutual non-denial" instead of just saying "Ma brings it up" like they used to. Best phrasing so far? "Mutual non-denial, two interpretations" (各自表述互不否认)).
And by the way, here's a typical Chinese internet BBS criticism of "mutual non-denial:"
老朽二问马英九的是，什么叫“正视现实”？所谓“现实”就是台湾号称“中华民国”，而大陆则是中华人民共和国，现实就是台湾是中华人民共和国的一个省。所谓“互不否认”？你不否认中华人民共和国，而大陆会承认“中华民国”吗？难道要这世界上有两个中国？你这是不是变相台独呢？Ma suggests sending Chen Yunlin to meet the DPP chair on a future visit, despite having ignored DPP requests for representatives at the Chiang-Chen meeting;
What I want to ask Ma Ying-jeou is, what is "facing reality?" Is the reality that Taiwan is "The Republic of China," and the mainland is the PRC? No, reality is that Taiwan is a province of the PRC. What is so-called "mutual non-denial?" You think if you don't deny the PRC, the mainland will recognize the ROC? Are there two China's in this world? Are you just Taiwanese Independence in disguise?