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Transitional Justice Act: Interview: Wu Says Act Can Collect 'Hidden' Records, Increase Trust

Poster:Post date:2017-12-10
Catergory:Interviews
Region:(Taiwan)
Issue:(Taiwan Party Politics and Domestic Issues)
(Taipei Times, By Su Yung-yao and William Hetherington) In an interview with Liberty Times, Academia Historica Director Wu Mi-cha said the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) should respond to the transitional justice act by drawing upon historical records, thereby releasing to the public previously hidden documents of the Chiang Kai-shek era. Wu says doing so will be evidence of a truly mature democracy, adding to the trust people have of their government. The transcript in Chinese can be found here.  
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