Labor Party (Taiwan)

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Labor Party
勞動黨
Láodòngdǎng
Leader Wu Rongyuan
Founded March 29, 1989
Headquarters Taipei City, Republic of China
Ideology Communism
Chinese reunification
One country, two systems
Political position Left-wing to Far-left
International affiliation International Communist Seminar
Local Seats
1 / 906
Website
taiwanlaborparty.com

The Labor Party (or Workers' Party) (Chinese: 勞動黨) is a political party in Taiwan that proposes gradual unification with Mainland China, with great autonomy for Taiwan. The Party is active in organizing workers and organizing protests against the United States and Japan.

The party has a historical link with the Taiwanese Communist Party.[1]

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