belfasttelegraph Thursday, 18 December, 2014

Democratic Progressive Party

Democratic Progressive Party

Search news from around the web

  1. Taiwan's presidential hopeful Dr Tsai Ing-wen must prove the DPP could maintain cross-strait stability - or face a repeat of her loss in 2012. FULL ARTICLE AT South China Morning Post

  2. While the ruling Nationalist Party supports close ties with Beijing, its main rival, the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, wants dialogue with China, but rejects Beijing's demand that it acknowledge ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Antonio Express-News

  1. by  Associated Press Image of Asia: Protesting China official in Taiwan by The Associated Press, Associated Press - 9 December 2014 06:26-05:00 In this photo by Wally Santana, supporters ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Europe News

  2. by  Associated Press Taiwan's Ma resigning as party chief after polls Associated Press - 2 December 2014 04:44-05:00 TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwan's ruling Nationalist Party says President ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Europe News

  3. TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — An electoral pummeling for Taiwan's pro-Beijing ruling party and a new spike in pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have delivered a reality check to Chinese President ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Antonio Express-News

  1. by Associated Press Taiwan, Hong Kong a challenge for China's Xi by RALPH JENNINGS and CHRISTOPHER BODEEN, Associated Press - 1 December 2014 09:45-05:00 TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — An ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Europe News

  2. The KMT lost five of Taiwan's six large municipalities - the most hotly contested seats - in its worst ever polls performance. Its main rival, the DPP, took 47.5 per ... FULL ARTICLE AT Channel News Asia

  3. Taiwan's cabinet resigned en masse today after the ruling party suffered a massive defeat at the island's biggest ever local elections. The Beijing-friendly Kuomintang (KMT) had their power ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Malaysian Insider

  4. Jiang Yi-huah, the premier of Taiwan, resigned on Saturday after his ruling Nationalist party, the Kuomintang (KMT), got only 40 percent of the vote. The KMT fell to the Democratic ... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times

About this topic

Wikipedia

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is a major political party in the Republic of China, commonly known as Taiwan. It has traditionally been associated with the Pan-Green Coalition and de jure Taiwan independence movement, although it moderated its stance during its tenure of the ROC presidency. The DPP is a member of Liberal International and a founding member of the Council of Asian Liberals... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

Timeline of coverage

  1. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-03
    2014-11-03
  2. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-04
    2014-11-04
  3. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-05
    2014-11-05
  4. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-06
    2014-11-06
  5. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-07
    2014-11-07
  6. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-08
    2014-11-08
  7. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-09
    2014-11-09
  8. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-10
    2014-11-10
  9. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-11
    2014-11-11
  10. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-12
    2014-11-12
  11. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-13
    2014-11-13
  12. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-14
    2014-11-14
  13. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-15
    2014-11-15
  14. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-16
    2014-11-16
  15. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-17
    2014-11-17
  16. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-18
    2014-11-18
  17. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-19
    2014-11-19
  18. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-20
    2014-11-20
  19. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-21
    2014-11-21
  20. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-22
    2014-11-22
  21. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-23
    2014-11-23
  22. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-24
    2014-11-24
  23. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-25
    2014-11-25
  24. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-26
    2014-11-26
  25. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-27
    2014-11-27
  26. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-28
    2014-11-28
  27. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-29
    2014-11-29
  28. Click to see all coverage from 2014-11-30
    2014-11-30
  29. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-01
    2014-12-01
  30. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-02
    2014-12-02
  31. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-03
    2014-12-03
  32. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-04
    2014-12-04
  33. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-05
    2014-12-05
  34. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-06
    2014-12-06
  35. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-07
    2014-12-07
  36. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-08
    2014-12-08
  37. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-09
    2014-12-09
  38. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-10
    2014-12-10
  39. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-11
    2014-12-11
  40. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-12
    2014-12-12
  41. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-13
    2014-12-13
  42. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-14
    2014-12-14
  43. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-15
    2014-12-15
  44. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-16
    2014-12-16
  45. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-17
    2014-12-17
  46. Click to see all coverage from 2014-12-18
    2014-12-18

Login

Login to make editorial changes to the current page.

Login Cancel

Close