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Title: The Institutional Context of President Chen Shui-bian's Cross-Strait-Messages
Authors: 林繼文
Lin, Jih-Wen
Keywords: Taiwan ; Chen Shui-bian ; cross-Strait relations ; semi-presidentialism ; Taiwan independence
Date: 2008-03
Issue Date: 2010-12-15 09:39:13 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This paper offers an institutional account of how President Chen Shui-bian of Taiwan has sent important messages across the Taiwan Strait.Under Taiwan’s constitutional system, the parliament can neither hold the president accountable for what he says nor sack the premier appointed by the president, while a president who lacks legislative support also finds it hard to put his policy goals into practice. These problems give President Chen the excuse to set up extra-constitutional channels to deliver pro-independence messages, some of which go against his official pledges. Here, a collection of Chen’s important remarks directed across the Taiwan Strait are analyzed, and a consistent pattern is revealed of when and where he is likely to say what.
Relation: Issues and Studies, 44(1), 1-31
Data Type: article
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