Union of Chinese Nationalists

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Not to be confused with Pan-Blue Coalition in Taiwan.
Union of Chinese Nationalists
中國泛藍聯盟
Chairman John Wen (文炎)
Founded August 8 2004
Headquarters Wuhan, Hubei, China
Membership  (2010) 15000
Ideology Three Principles of the People
Anti-communism
Chinese nationalism
Conservatism
Chinese Reunification
Political position Centre-right to Right-wing
Colours Blue
Party flag
Flag of the Republic of China.svg
Website
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The Union of Chinese Nationalists (traditional Chinese: 中國泛藍聯盟; simplified Chinese: 中国泛蓝联盟), sometimes referred to in English as the Chinese Pan-Blue Alliance, or China Pan-Blue Alliance, abbreviated as "UOCN", is an unregistered political group in the People's Republic of China that supports the goals of the Kuomintang and the ideals of the Pan-Blue Coalition in the Republic of China on Taiwan. According to the website, it values liberal democracy and the Three Principles of the People, and opposes communism and Taiwan independence. It originated in an internet forum in August 2004.[1]

UOCN is not officially recognized by the PRC government. The actual membership size and level of support for the organization is difficult to gauge because it is actively suppressed in the PRC.[2]

In a news conference held in 2007, Yang Yi, spokesman of PRC's Taiwan Affairs Office, declared the organization to be "unregistered and illegal", and "not being related to the Nationalist Party of China in Taiwan".[3]

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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on October 29, 2009. Retrieved October 6, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on April 3, 2012. Retrieved October 6, 2009. 
  3. ^ Taiwan Affairs office declares UNOC to be a illegal organization,ifeng.com

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