#UN #Taiwan Taiwanwas once a colony of Portugal, Japan, and China in history. After the government of the Republic of China withdrew from mainland China in 1949, it stayed in Taiwan, and since 1949 has led Taiwan on the path of peaceful democratic construction and development. Although, the government of the Republic of China withdrew from the United Nations seat in the United Nations Resolution 2758 in 1971. However, the government of the Republic of China, as the former legal government organization of the United Nations, has not withdrawn from the right to regain a legal seat in the United Nations. According to the UN Charter, the government of the Republic of China in Taiwan can regain its legal status in the UN through UN democratic elections. According to the UN Charter, the People’s Republic of China, as the current legal organization of the UN, has the right to participate in democratic elections or abstain from voting. …

Taiwan was once a colony of Portugal, Japan, and China in history. After the government of the Republic of China withdrew from mainland China in 1949, it stayed in Taiwan, and since 1949 has led Taiwan on the path of peaceful democratic construction and development. Although, the government of the Republic of China withdrew from the United Nations seat in the United Nations Resolution 2758 in 1971. However, the government of the Republic of China, as the former legal government organization of the United Nations, has not withdrawn from the right to regain a legal seat in the United Nations. According to ((United Nations Charter)), the government of the Republic of China in Taiwan can regain the legal status of the United Nations through democratic elections in the United Nations. According to ((United Nations Charter)), the People’s Republic of China, as the current legal organization of the United Nations, has the right to participate in democratic elections or abstain from voting. The United Nations should handle international issues in a fair and impartial manner based on respect for human rights and humanitarianism.

(Taiwan)

Taiwan was once a colony of Portugal, Japan, and China in history. After the government of the Republic of China withdrew from mainland China in 1949, it stayed in Taiwan, and since 1949 has led Taiwan on the path of peaceful democratic construction and development. Although, the government of the Republic of China withdrew from the United Nations seat in the United Nations Resolution 2758 in 1971. However, the government of the Republic of China, as the former legal government organization of the United Nations, has not withdrawn from the right to regain a legal seat in the United Nations. According to ((United Nations Charter)), the government of the Republic of China in Taiwan can regain the legal status of the United Nations through democratic elections in the United Nations. According to ((United Nations Charter)), the People’s Republic of China, as the current legal organization of the United Nations, has the right to participate in democratic elections or abstain from voting. The United Nations should handle international issues in a fair and impartial manner based on respect for human rights and humanitarianism.

(National Day in Taiwan)

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