Interview With Chen Shui-bian, President of Taiwan – The Washington Post

 2511Pic 423 Cp17423.Jpg Chen Shui-Bian-1 The following interview was conducted on July 6 by Edward Cody. Transcript prepared by the Office of the President of the Republic of China (Taiwan):

Q1. I understand that you were just at a tea party with some of your local constituents, and it occurred to me that we were just talking with Mr. Liu that Mao Zedong said that “Revolution is not a tea party.” But maybe politics sometimes is a tea party! Which is one of the differences, of course, between where I live and where you live, which is the political system that you operate under. And that’s the first question I would like to ask you about since we’re on the anniversary of the lifting of martial law that was declared in an interview with my newspaper all those many years ago. And so I just wanted to ask you about that, and particularly your own personal experience in this process that’s happened over the past two decades. To you yourself, in your own political life, what does it mean to you? [Full Text]

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