Most View 'Two Systems' as Failure: Poll

Poster:Post date:2017-07-01
Issue:(Taiwan’s Foreign Relations)
(Taipei Times, By Abraham Gerber) In a new poll released by Taiwan Thinktank, over 50 percent believed the "one country, two systems" model that Hong Kong follows has been a failure, with an even greater percentage pessimistic about the future of Hong Kong. The poll also revealed that 73 percent of respondents would be opposed to such a system with Taiwan and a majority also thought Taiwan should shift its focus to the international community rather than its remaining diplomatic allies.  
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