- Green Party Taiwan
The Green Party Taiwan (台灣綠黨,
pinyin: Táiwān Lǜ Dǎng) is a political partyin Taiwan, active in the late 20th century, established on 25 January 1996. The party is not a member of and should not be confused with the Pan-Green Coalition. As its name suggests, the Green Party Taiwan focuses on environmental issues. Green Party Taiwan is a member of the Asia-Pacific Green Network.
Lin Cheng-hsiu(林正修), Research, Development and Evaluation Commission Director, Taipei City(apparently the only party member who holds a public office as of 2004); he ran unsuccessfully as an independent candidate in the 2004 legislative election. In 2007, Lin appeared to have become a campaign managerfor Pan-Blue Coalition's presidential candidate Ma Ying-jeou[http://udn.com/NEWS/DOMESTIC/DOM3/3951222.shtml] .
Kao Cheng-yan(高成炎), party activist and acting convener; former Taiwan independenceactivist during his student years in the U.S.; candidate for the Legislative Yuan2001.
*Lai Fen-lan (賴芬蘭), spokesperson 2002.
*Linda Gail Arrigo (艾琳達), international affairs officer for the party; ex-wife of
*Pan Han-Chiang (潘翰疆), member of the Central Supervisory Committee of the party, 1999; also, vice secretary-general of the
Taiwan Environmental Protection Union.
* Peter Ng (黃文雄): famous for his failed
assassinationattempt against Chiang Ching-kuoin 1970; erstwhile National Policy Advisor on human rightsissues to the President of the Republic of China; avid supporter of the party since it was founded. [ [http://www.greenparty.org.tw/index.php?itemid=666 我為甚麼支持綠黨？] (Why do I support the Green Party?)]
Politics of the Republic of China
List of environmental organizations
List of political parties in the Republic of China
* [http://www.greenparty.org.tw/ Green Party Taiwan] official website
* [http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2008/01/14/2003397183 Taipei Times (2008-01-14): Election fallout: Green Party stays upbeat despite poor performance]
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