what to do with assets the DPP says the rival Kuomintang (KMT) stole from the government before 2000
The party has also submitted to election officials a referendum calling for Taiwan to apply for U.N. membership as “Taiwan” rather than the “Republic of China”
a third to promote “transitional justice” after decades of authoritarian rule [/quote]
Ac_dropout’s wisely ignored comment about this whole affair.
- I was always under the impression that a referendum was usually just a yes or no answer type of thing. A what to do question requires an essay. I’m sure the millions of ROC citizens will feel so obligated to write an essay on a topic that will be reviewed by bureaucrat and recounted 2-3 times to make sure the collective answer is correct.
Why is the cut off at 2000? Because DPP stolen assets are not be reviews. Because the KMT became the party of angels in the new millennia
- Back to the old shell game. If we just all rename the place Taiwan and not ROC, everyone will be so confused that they will have to treat us normally. Rename everything under the sky or just 170 public institution, not only will you confuse everyone in ROC, but perhaps a slim possibility that you will confuse the UN to let in a new member. Because let’s face it, all Chinese nations looking to become members for the 30th time look the same to the UN review board.
I’m sure the PRC with all those other islands off its coast will just forget about this island once the name changes.
Might I suggest Chinese Taipei be the new name submitted to the UN for admission.
- Oh I love this question. I think it deserves its own nickname. Might I so bold to suggest:
The Lynch a WSR question
The Kill a Chinese for day question
This is just too funny. I can’t believe my ROC tax dollars pays for initiatives like this.