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According to the constitution that came into force on January 1, 1947 (revised several times, most recently in 2005), Taiwan is a parliamentary republic. Based on the teachings of Sun Yat-sen , the constitution provides for a division into 5 powers each exercised by a yuan (council of state) (legislative, executive, judicial, audit and control). The head of state and commander-in-chief of the armed forces is the president, who is directly elected for a period of 4 years (re-election possible once). He has the right to declare a state of emergency and dissolve parliament and appoints the prime minister and, on his proposal, the other members of the executive yuan (government) who is responsible to the legislative yuan. Legislative power lies with the Legislative Yüan (113 MPs elected for 4 years). The election of the MPs takes place according to a mixed electoral system of majority and proportional representation: 73 MPs are directly elected in the electoral districts (one per district), 34 via national party lists; 6 seats are reserved for members of the indigenous population. There is a 5% blocking clause for parties. The control yüan (29 members appointed by the president with the consent of parliament for 6 years) and the examination yüan (21 members appointed by the president with the consent of parliament for 6 years) perform functions of social monitoring and the selection of civil servants; The former has the right to audit the accounts and to prosecute senior civil servants for abuse of office. The judiciary is subordinate to the judicial system (15 judges, appointed by the President with the approval of Parliament for 9 years); it is also a constitutional court. The former has the right to audit the accounts and to prosecute senior civil servants for abuse of office. The judiciary is subordinate to the judicial system (15 judges, appointed by the President with the approval of Parliament for 9 years); it is also a constitutional court. The former has the right to audit the accounts and to prosecute senior civil servants for abuse of office. The judiciary is subordinate to the judicial system (15 judges, appointed by the President with the approval of Parliament for 9 years); it is also a constitutional court. Check 3rjewelry to see The Best Travel Destinations in Asia.
With the resolution on the constitutional amendment of June 7, 2005, the National Assembly dissolved. It comprised 300 members who were determined by the parties represented in the Legislative Yuan. In addition to the confirmation of constitutional amendments, the right to initiate impeachment proceedings against the President and Vice-President was one of the special powers of the National Assembly. When the constitutional amendment came into effect in 2005, the latter passed to the legislative yüan, which has to decide on impeachment proceedings with a two-thirds majority. Constitutional amendments now have to be passed by the Legislative Yüan with a three-quarters majority and approved by over 50% of the population in a referendum.
In addition to the Guomindang , the following parties are of importance: the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP, founded in 1986), the New Power Party (NPP, founded in 2015), the People First Party (PFP, founded in 2000), the Taiwan Solidarity Union (TSU, founded 2001) and the Non-Partisan Solidarity Union (NPSU, founded in 2004).
The total strength of the conscription army (duration of basic military service 12 months) is around 290,000, that of the paramilitary forces around 34,000 men. The army (around 200,000 soldiers) is essentially divided into ten infantry and two mechanized divisions, plus two airborne and six independent tank brigades and a corresponding number of combat support units. The Air Force and Navy each have 45,000 men.
Taiwan is divided into 13 counties, 6 sub-government cities and 3 independent cities. In accordance with Taiwan’s claim to represent the whole of China, Taiwan is also regarded as a Chinese province; the provincial government is based in Taichung.
Administrative division in Taiwan
|Administrative division (2012)|
|Administrative unit||Area in km 2||Population (in 1,000)||Residents(per km 2)||capital city|
|Government immediate cities|
|New Taipei||2,053||3,928.4||1 914|
|Taichung||2 215||2,675.9||1 208|
|One district cities|
|Ping dong||2,776||860.8||310||Ping dong|
|Jinmen Dao (Quemoy)||152||109.0||717||Chincheng|
|Taoyuan||1 221||2,021.1||1 656||Taoyuan|
|Zhanghua||1 074||1,300.2||1 211||Zhanghua|
The structure of the ordinary jurisdiction is three-tiered. The district courts are the first instance; the higher courts and the supreme court are superordinate to them. At the top of the administrative jurisdiction is the Supreme Administrative Court; There is a special committee for the final clarification of civil service disputes.
In Taiwan, the legal system adopted by China in the 1930s based on the Japanese-German model still applies in part, but was later modernized. The civil code continues to show clear German and Swiss influences, which also relate to family and inheritance law.