Non-Partisan Solidarity Union

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Non-Partisan Solidarity Union
Wúdǎng Tuánjié Liánméng
Leader Lin Pin-kuan
Founded June 16, 2004
Headquarters Taipei City, Republic of China
Ideology Pacifism
Status quo[1]
Political position Centre
Legislative Yuan
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Non-Partisan Solidarity Union
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese

The Non-Partisan Solidarity Union (Chinese: 無黨團結聯盟) is a political party in the Republic of China on Taiwan. It was established on June 16, 2004,[2] led by founding Chairwoman Chang Po-ya and emerged a major player in the national political scene during the 2004 Legislative Yuan election, with 26 candidates running for local constituency and aboriginal seats and 6 others nominated for proportional representation seats.


It won six seats in the 6th Legislative Yuan (2005-2008) and three seats in the 7th Legislative Yuan (2008-2012).

It has allied itself with the Pan-Blue Coalition since 2014.

In the 2012 Legislative Yuan elections, the party only won two seats.

Election results[edit]

Legislative elections[edit]

Election Total seats won Total votes Share of votes Outcome of election Election leader
6 / 225
353,164 3.86% Decrease5 seats; Opposition (unaligned) Chang Po-ya
3 / 113
239,317 2.4% Decrease3 seats; Opposition (unaligned) Lin Pin-kuan
2 / 113
148,105 1.12% Decrease1 seats; Opposition (unaligned) Lin Pin-kuan
1 / 113
77,672 0.64% Decrease1 seats; Opposition (unaligned) Lin Pin-kuan

See also[edit]


  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Yiu, Cody (17 June 2004). "Legislator says new party should not be recognized". Taipei Times. Retrieved 12 June 2016.