75% of Taiwanese reject Beijing's view of '1992 consensus': poll

01/17/2019 11:50 PM
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Taipei, Jan. 17 (CNA) Around 75 percent of Taiwanese people refuse to accept the "1992 consensus" defined by China as the "one China principle," with the "one country, two systems" concept being its proposed method of reunifying the mainland and Taiwan, according to a survey released by the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) on Thursday.

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