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Dec 23, 2008

KMT: We'll end KMT-CCP forums after peace treaty

Which completely confirms Green complaints that the KMT is using party-to-party negotiations to create government policy which the KMT administration then unquestioningly adopts.

I think the peace treaty, which *would* be passed by the legislature, will establish conditions for peace that will include no Taiwanese independence. That would make the best DPP argument much harder to support (that Taiwan is already independent and that the only danger is eroding sovereignty and becoming a PRC province). It would politically kill the TI movement in the short term and who knows, it could even result in the criminalization of TI activities.

2 comments:

Raj said...

Criminalising the TI movement would be a step too far I think, even for Taiwanese who aren't hard Green. If they accepted that then it would indicate they weren't interested in democracy anymore. A sad day if it happened but I doubt it will.

STOP Ma said...

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Raj,

Since when was the KMT interested in democracy?
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