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The influence of the impact of non-KMT party Taipei city council members on the non-KMT party in the 1980’s.
Taipei city council
Many scholars have studied various aspects of Taiwan's democratic process including the economy, political culture, Congress, elections, local factions and so on. But this study discusses the non-KMT party city council members of Taipei in the 1980’s. The purpose of this research is to discover the relationship between them and the development of the influence of Taiwan's non-KMT party, analyze its relationship to Taiwan’s democratization, and deduce its relationship between the non-KMT party expansion and the non-KMT party council members of Taipei city. The development of Taiwan’s non-KMT party in the 1980’s has been frustrated by the “Kaohsiung Formosa Incident Event”, and has only recently recovered. However, the non-KMT party camp currently faces even more difficult problems. Ever since “Kaohsiung Formosa Incident Event”, the the non- KMT party had to contend with exceedingly different internal points of view while externally resisting suppression from the Kuomintang. In this difficult situation, the non-KMT party influence maintained unabated growth and continued to progress towards becoming an organized party. And the non-KMT party individuals contributed new patterns of interaction in the emerging mass movements of the time. “Debates about internal points of view,” “the movement to organize a party”, and “mass movements,” were there factors analyzed in this article. This article also attempts to discover the effects of the non-KMT party city council members of Taipei on these three factors. Non-KMT party council members of Taipei city have faced suppression from the Kuomintang majority. Although the non-KMT party council members of Taipei city are few in number, they still managed to function well as checks and balances for the government, and have brought a new appearance to the Taipei city council. The effect of the non-KMT party Taipei city council members’ political debate was a change in the public impression of the non-KMT party, and the enlightenment of the common populace’s political knowledge of modern democracy, as well as the expansion of the approval level of the non-KMT party. They also positively affected the development of the non-KMT party. The main goal of this article is to find the answer to how the non-KMT party city council members of Taipei influenced the non-KMT party’s development in and out of the city council.
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