Constitutional Court strikes down legal clause on Indigenous status
Taipei, April 1 (CNA) A legal provision that grants Indigenous status to individuals with one Indigenous and one non-Indigenous parent based strictly on their name has been declared unconstitutional by Taiwan's Constitutional Court.
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