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Fighting erupted in Taiwan’s parliament after opposition lawmakers occupied the chamber saying the government was forcing through legislation and demanding the president withdraw the nomination of a close aide to a high-level watchdog
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Norma Greenhalgh Jun 29
Replying to @Reuters
Imagine if our Senate and Congress started acting like this.
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Amber@rocks Jun 29
Don’t worry. Taiwanese have no feelings towards these soap operas, just take politicians as amateur comedians. 🤣
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Lori Lane Rodriguez Jun 29
Replying to @Reuters @SpeakerPelosi
Respectfully, this doesn’t sound like a bad idea.
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The Guy you work with Jun 29
Replying to @Reuters
Where do I go to get the ice cream sandwich doors?
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Usama Farag Jun 29
Replying to @Reuters
احتدم في بعد أن احتل المشرعون القاعة قائلين إن الحكومة تفرض قوانين من خلال التشريعات وطالبوا الرئيس بسحب ترشيح مساعد قريب لهيئة مراقبة رفيعة المستوى. 3/3icdypu
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lamika08 Jun 29
Replying to @Reuters
The entire world is having a shit year! Thx 2020! 6 more months to go..
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LeonChen-NV Jun 29
Replying to @Reuters
台湾有民主,有中华民国宪法。可惜地方小人口少,吵吵闹闹看上去没有任何社会理想,像摆摊的抢地盘。台湾半导体产业发展50年了,除了台积电,连个像样的手机牌子都没有。
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John Jun 29
Replying to @Reuters
Taiwan seems to be imitating USA more than Mainland! So too HK kids looking for freedom, liberty pursuit of happiness like these mad dog Americans! They hardly know what is happening in Trump's America!
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SlateWoods Jun 29
Replying to @Reuters
Good to see Members of Parliament standing up for issues that they believe matter to their constituents. Mean while herein Canada - the only thing we hear from our Parliament are crickets chirping because their shut by the government.
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Rita A. Jones Jun 29
Replying to @Reuters
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