Referendums in Taiwan
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Since the Referendum Act (anticipated by the Three Principles of the People and Article 17 of the Constitution of 1947) was enacted by the Legislative Yuan in 2003, there have been six national referendums and three local referendums in the Republic of China (Taiwan). Two referendum questions were asked in each of three national elections:
- Republic of China referendum, 2004
- Republic of China transitional justice referendums, 2008 (January)
- Republic of China United Nations membership referendums, 2008 (March)
- Lin, I-fan (August 5, 2013). "Nuclear Opponents in Taiwan Work to Change 'Unfair' Referendum Law". Global Voices Online. Retrieved November 26, 2014.
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