Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party insists on keeping structure of Constitution

28 May 2014
<p><span class="HeadLineNewsContent1">Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairman Su Tseng-chang (蘇貞昌) yesterday said that the main structure of the R.O.C. Constitution should not be altered in future amendments, as to avoid potential disputes over Taiwan's unique political position.</span><span class="HeadLineNewsContent1">&nbsp;</span></p><p>The chairman made the remarks at the party's weekly Central Standing Committee meeting, yesterday's being the last one Su would host as chairman.</p><p>Amendments to the constitution should be made without triggering disputes over the nation's flag, title and land; the focus should be placed on the central government system, said Su.</p>
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