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The Petitioning System: A Major Challenge to “Social Harmony”? and Can Taiwan’s opposition reconstruct itself?

Candice Tran Dai and Hubert Kilian

Abstract

Analysis by Candice Tran Dai based on:
• Wu Yang, “Debate at the highest level of the CCP on the question of maintaining or abandoning the petition system,” Chengming, 2 May 2009
• Yu Jianrong, “University specialisation in ‘petitions’: What needs to be studied,”
Nanfang Zhoumo, 10 June 2009
Analysis by Hubert Kilian based on:
• “Internal tensions in the DPP: Pandora’s box opened in executive committee,” Lianhe bao - United Daily News, 9 June 2009, editorial pages.
• “When Chen Chu was in prison fighting for independence, where was Tsai Ing-wen?,”
Zhongguo shibao – China Times, 30 May 2009, editorial pages.
• “Where Tsai Ing-wen failed, Chen Chu finds success,”
Zhongguo shibaoChina Times, 23 May 2009, editorial pages.

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References

Electronic reference

Candice Tran Dai and Hubert Kilian, « The Petitioning System: A Major Challenge to “Social Harmony”? and Can Taiwan’s opposition reconstruct itself? », China Perspectives [Online], 2009/4 | 2009, Online since 09 August 2012, connection on 24 July 2017. URL : http://chinaperspectives.revues.org/4931

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