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True meaning of democracy – majority rule, combined with respect for the minority and tolerance of dissent
On the morning of June 16, President Ma Ying-jeou attended ceremonies marking the opening of a new headquarters building for the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy (TFD) and the 10th anniversary of that organization's founding. The president stressed that while there is still room for Taiwan's democracy to develop further, Taiwan can become a highly developed democracy. The situation in Taiwan, he said, will certainly have a considerable impact on mainland China and Chinese societies everywhere. ...[Detail]
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Seize the opportunity to bring about a new era in human rights—Observations upon the 24th anniversary of the June 4th Incident ...[Detail]
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Energy policy – diversification, independence, and high efficiency
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ROC government urges Philippine government to acknowledge responsibility and respond positively to Taiwan's demands
On the morning of May 16, President Ma Ying-jeou attended the opening ceremonies of the 2013 International Law Association (ILA)-American Society of International Law (ASIL) Asia-Pacific Research Forum. The president stated that Taiwan uses peaceful means to resolve controversies, citing as examples its handling of cross-strait relations and the Diaoyutai Islets sovereignty dispute. In addition, the president reiterated his calls for the government of the Philippines to take responsibility for the Guang Da Xing No. 28 incident and respond positively to the four demands of the ROC. ...[Detail]
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Hai An No. 7 Exercise – upgrading Coast Guard armaments, defending ROC territorial waters and fishing rights
On the morning of May 11, President Ma Ying-jeou went to Pier 43 at Taichung Harbor in central Taiwan to observe the Hai An No. 7 Exercise carried out by the ROC's Coast Guard Administration (CGA), and to take part in a maritime culture festival. The president viewed a "sail past" parade, a special services speed boat drill, and a marine emergency response drill. President Ma expressed his confidence in the members of the nation's Coast Guard to defend the nation's territorial waters and sovereignty, and thanked them for their efforts. ...[Detail]
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Expanding cross-strait interaction and cooperation, promoting peace and prosperity
On the morning of April 29, President Ma Ying-jeou visited the Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) to attend a reception marking the 20th anniversary of the Koo-Wang talks, a series of discussions between then-SEF Chairman Koo Chen-fu (辜振甫) and then-Chairman Wang Daohan (汪道涵) of the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS) that began in Singapore in 1993. In addition to praising Mr. Koo and Mr. Wang for their contributions to peace in the Taiwan Strait, the president stressed that our government policy on mainland China and cross-strait relations must be carried out under the framework of the ROC Constitution and the principle of "putting Taiwan first for the benefit of the people." At the same time, he called for expansion and deepening of cross-strait relations in a wide variety of fields, including economic and trade ties, to forge greater mutual understanding and more wide-ranging cooperation. ...[Detail]
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