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Naim islam
Jul 30, 2022
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magazine costs money, it has the ambition job function email list to develop. of people outside the party are willing to give it a try. Chen Shui-bian and Xie Changting are no exception. Chen Shui-bian, Xie Changting and Su Zhenchang were all members of the Public Administration Council in their early years, but during the operation of the Public Administration Council, Chen Shui-bian had already shown his ambition. Running his own magazine on Penglai Island has gradually become one of the tops of the mountain. Naturally, Xie Changting is not behind in running his own new culture magazine. At this time, the Yuliang complex between Chen Shuibian and Xie Changting began to spread. AP_9711200692 Photo Credit: AP / Dazhi Image Xie Changting in 1997 With the establishment of the DPP and Chen Shui-bian and Xie Changting entering the Legislative Yuan successively, the DPP has grown rapidly after the lifting of the law, and will then face the issue of comprehensive parliamentary re-election. Moreover, in the early days of the DPP's small number of party members, how to recruit party members to win the dominance of the local party department and even the central party department has become a top priority. This is also one of the reasons why the " Beautiful Island" has gradually split under the hills after it was transformed into a "new trend". In the process of the comprehensive re-election of the Congress, Chen Shui-bian also tried to use his personal charm and appeal to form a "Justice Connection" election aid group, and formally established the Justice Connection, a sub-group within the party after the comprehensive re-election of the Congress. The Justice Connections at that time, including Li Jinyong, Lv Xiulian, Peng Baixian, Xu Tiancai, Yu Zhengxian, and others, were indistinguishable. Later, Xie Changting also made a "welfare country proposition" and assembled Shi Mingde, Ke Jianming, Su
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