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Taiwan’s Opposition Parliament Expected to Review Dialogue with China

Taiwan’s opposition party, historically an anti-China force, took the reins in parliament for its first time Monday with an agenda that could eventually slow dialogue with Beijing and shake up domestic politics. The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) was formed in the 1980s to curb the once authoritarian rule of the Nationalists. The party won 68 of the legislature’s 113 seats last month, its first such victory. Party chairperson Tsai Ing-wen also won Taiwan’s presidential election...

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