'Two-state' theory considered Lee Teng-hui's main political legacy

07/31/2020 05:58 PM
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Taipei, July 31 (CNA) The "two-state" theory proposed by former President Lee Teng-hui (李登輝) in 1999, which characterized the Republic of China (Taiwan) and China as two different jurisdictions, is considered one of his major political legacies as it emphasized Taiwan's national identity.


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