On March 10, China’s National People’s Congress, a rubber-stamp body that meets in full session once annually, re-elected Xi Jinping to a third five-year term as President. (His third term as General Secretary was already...
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From Huaxia.com via sina.com (in Chinese), translated by CDT (link): The Democratic Progressive Party, Taiwan’s ruling party, is pushing ahead a debate on a new constitution. It is expected that the party will come up with their draft of new constitution in June and will collect advice from various sources in the following two months. […]
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