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All 'Terror' Victims to be Pardoned

Poster:Post date:2019-02-02
Catergory:News
Region:(Taiwan)
Issue:(Taiwan Party Politics and Domestic Issues)
(Taipei Times, By Chen Yu-fu and Jake Chung) The Transitional Justice Commission has voted to offer redress for Taiwan's White Terror era. The commission announced that a ceremony will be held on May 31 to pardon all victims of the 228 Incident. The 228 Incident was a military crackdown conducted by the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) regime, which resulted in thousands of people killed.<Accessed 2019-02-01>  
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