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  1. Chen Shui-bian (Chinese: 陳水扁; born 12 October 1950) is a retired Taiwanese politician and lawyer who served as the president of the Republic of China from 2000 to 2008. Chen was the first president from the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) which ended the Kuomintang 's (KMT) 55 years of continuous rule in Taiwan.

  2. Chen Shui-bian, Wade-Giles romanization Ch’en Shui-pian, (born February 18, 1951, Tainan county, Taiwan), lawyer and politician who served as president of the Republic of China (Taiwan) from 2000 to 2008. He was a prominent leader of the pro-independence movement that sought to establish statehood for Taiwan. Born into a poor farming family, Chen won a scholarship to National Taiwan ...

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  3. Chen Shui-bian ist ein Befürworter der Unabhängigkeit Taiwans. Im schwierigen Verhältnis zur Volksrepublik China verfolgte er die von ihm proklamierte Politik der fünf Neins. Er setzte sich außerdem für die Abschaffung der Todesstrafe [2] und für die Gründung einer Welt-Umwelt-Organisation unter der UN [3] ein.

    • 12. Oktober 1950
    • taiwanischer Politiker und Präsident
    • Guantian
    • Chen, Shui-bian
  4. Chen Shui-bian. views 3,412,420 updated. Chen Shui-bian (chŭn shwā-byän), 1951–, Taiwanese political leader, president of Taiwan (2000–2008). Born into poverty, he obtained his law degree from National Taiwan Univ. in 1975 and practiced as a maritime lawyer. During the 1980s he became involved in the dissident movement against the long ...

  5. Mr Chen Shui-bian, the President of Taiwan, is awarded with the LI Prize for Freedom for the year 2001 in recognition of the Taiwanese struggle for Freedom and Democracy and for their free choice concerning Taiwan’s institutional future. President Chen has a solid record as a human rights activist and was the political leader of the first ...

  6. Chen Shui-bian corruption charges. Chen Shui-bian, former President of the Republic of China, stepped down on May 20, 2008, the same day that Ma Ying-jeou took office as the new President of the Republic of China. [1] About an hour after he left the Presidential Office Building, as a former President of the Republic of China and no longer ...

  7. Chen Shui-bian, the former president of Taiwan who was sentenced to 20 years in prison, suffers from a series of medical conditions including depression, brain atrophy and Parkinsonism.

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