DPP passed the Guidelines for Establishing the DPP China Affairs Committee at
the Central Standing Committee on November 21, 2012.
DPP Chairman Su Tseng-chang said that the DPP has the responsibility and commitment to make its China policy to advance Taiwan’s interest and to strengthen Taiwan’s democracy. To this end, the DPP establishes a China Affairs Committee.
Chairman Su appealed to the party and the Taiwan public to sit down and discuss pressing China policies so that the country can unite for a better future of Taiwan.
In order to set the policy direction for Taiwan in regards to China and cross strait exchanges, to protect Taiwan’s sovereignty, to ensure peace in the Taiwan Strait and to ensure the development of cross strait relations with equality and reciprocity, the DPP hereby establishes the China Affairs Committee (hereinafter referred to as the Committee) and adopts the guidelines for its establishment.
- To study the politics, economy and society of China;
The Department of China Affairs shall take the staff responsibility for the Committee.