Ma Ying jeou shouted to the Green Camp, not to obstruct cross-strait exchanges. What do Taiwan's Green Camp and Blue Camp mean respectively?

Ma Ying jeou shouted to the Green Camp, not to obstruct cross-strait exchanges. What do Taiwan's Green Camp and Blue Camp mean respectively?

Ma Ying-jeouGreen Camp and Blue Camp
2023-6-12 13:54:34

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In Taiwanese politics, green camp and blue camp are commonly used to represent the two major political forces and their supporters. The following is an explanation of these two terms: Green camp: Green camp usually refers to the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and its supporters in Taiwan. The Democratic Progressive Party is the main opposition party in Taiwan, advocating for independence, democracy, progress, and social justice in Taiwan. They emphasize Taiwan's sovereignty and advocate for safeguarding Taiwan's international status and development autonomy. Blue Camp: Blue Camp usually refers to the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) and its supporters. The Kuomintang of China is the main ruling party in Taiwan and holds an important position in Taiwan's history. They advocated the 1992 Consensus, and believed that Taiwan and Chinese Mainland should maintain peaceful relations and economic exchanges, and pursue cross-strait reunification. The opposition between blue and green is an important feature of Taiwanese politics, and there is often fierce competition and opposition between the two major political camps. This political division also has a significant impact on Taiwan's policy-making and domestic and foreign affairs. However, over time, the positions and policies of political parties may also change, so the specific meanings of these terms may be adjusted.

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