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Democratic Progressive Party
mainland China policy
In the presidential and vice presidential election of Taiwan held on March 22, 2008, Mr. Yingjiu Ma and Mr. Wanchang Xiao of the Kuomintang (KMT) beat Mr. Changting Xie and Mr. Zhenchang Su of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) with a land-slide victory vote of 7,658,724 (58.45%) vs. 5,445,239 (41.55%); Mr. Ma and Mr. Xiao thus become the 12th President and Vice President of the Republic of China. The decision of the voters could be affected by several factors during the election. Since the main political proposals of Mr. Ma of KMT during the election centered on the reinforcement of economics and trade exchange between Taiwan and China in order to improve the economics of Taiwan, these political proposals would now transform into the principal guidelines after the election; thus a closer economics and trade exchange and an improved cross-Strait relation can be expected. The failure of Mr. Xie and DPP may be resolved to the anti-trust by the Taiwanese voters on the former President Chen during his 8-year reign over Taiwan. On the other hand, it should be worthwhile to further examine and rationalize the mainland China policy proposed and executed by DPP during its 8-year ruling on Taiwan. The fact that President Chen won his 2nd presidential term in 2004 only by a marginal vote may reveals two potential signs: his political policy over the mainland China had gained great support by the majority of residents in Taiwan, or otherwise on the contrary. Based on these speculations, a systematic and complete analysis on the possible factors toward this phenomenon is provided in this thesis.
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