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1 Scrapping the Third Communique Joseph Bosco 5
2 Rally ban deepening distaste for DPP leaders Peng Ming-min 彭明敏 7
3 Military might pave road to peace James Tzeng 曾復生 10
4 Pandering to the KMT of no use Taipei Times Editorial 14
5 Time for EU to back Taiwan directly Michael Danielsen 10
6 Thank you, my Taiwanese lodestars Kailash Satyarthi 18
7 Taking ‘united front’ tactics seriously Taipei Times Editorial 13
8 Anti-China sentiment abroad an opportunity Michael Lin 林正二 14
9 Save Taiwan by fighting for Taipei Chin Heng-wei 金恒煒 13
10 Taiwan has a rating system in the making Chow Mei-li 周美里 16
11 Taiwan might wake up to red dawn Chen Wen-pin 陳文彬 15
12 Taiwan needs Furies of its own Jerome Keating 16
13 Election commission must not waver Taipei Times Editorial 15
14 No country should want a neighbor like China John Yu 于則章 15
15 Sunflower response to Ko’s ‘one family’ line Chen Tsai-nan 陳財能 16
16 Global naivety on China astounding Taipei Times Editorial 16
17 Self-serving ideologies have become a malaise Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 18
18 Bringing White Terror history to the public Weng Chien-tao 翁建道 14
19 Rights do not include threats Taipei Times Editorial 18
20 DPP could learn from Taiwanese activists Koeh Ian-lim 郭燕霖 16
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From left to right, Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Chen Ying, New Power Party Legislator Kawlo lyun Pacidal, Non-Partisan Solidarity Union Legislator Kao Chin Su-mei and Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Legislator Sra Kacaw take part in a news conference at the legislature in Taipei yesterday calling on the government to prioritize transitional justice for Aboriginals.
Photo: Liu Hsin-de, Taipei Times

Draft legislation for promoting transitional justice yesterday passed out of the legislature’s Judiciary and Organic Laws and Statutes Committee, but after a sharp debate, the final draft left out a proposal covering the restoration of historic Aboriginal rights.