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TAIWAN ELECTION
RTRHPZU
December 08, 2004
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, smiles...
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, ...
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, smiles during interview in Taipei. Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DDP), smiles during an interview in Taipei December 8, 2004. Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party is sure it can secure a clear mandate in parliamentary elections on Saturday to deal with rival China, Chang said. Chang earned his political stripes by defending the dissidents of the Kaohsiung Incident who were jailed for defying martial law and organising a human rights demonstration in 1979. Behind Chang is a picture of the legal team, of whom many later formed the core of the DPP. REUTERS/Richard Chung
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