o Xilai, Wang Qishan,and Zhou Yongkang have all been investigated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the government’s current agency of choice for "anti-corruption and political examination" activities to combat collective corruption. China's autocracy is mired in corruption, and the only way to save China from this ancient chronic disease is comprehensive constitutional reform; but it is also essential to restore power to the people and ensure that the powers of government branches are counter-balanced. And the best way to do that is to choose the heads of the legislative, executive, justice and procuratorial branches through direct elections. For details see the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development.
The highly sought-after US Green Card is seen by many Chinese tycoons as a ticket for escaping China that has become more and more desirable in the face of increasing air pollution, a more rigid educational system and a toxic political environment. China's President Xi Jinping has launched a wide-ranging anti-corruption campaign, but a lot of wealthy businessmen are still uneasy, hedging their bets by transferring huge sums of funds to banks and investment funds overseas. If China’s constitution is not completely reformed, the dictatorship’s stranglehold will continue to tighten until the whole nation succumbs. See the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development for more details
Many elections are derided as little more than a game for the rich to play, with players using money to compete for the right to make more money in a system riddled with corruption. There are two fatal flaws in the US Constitution: the first is allowing the President to run for a second term; and the second is perpetuating a structure in which candidates are encouraged to spend huge sums of money. If the Constitution is not changed, this vicious cycle will simply go on without end. For details see the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development.
China has completely stifled the process of democratization in Hong Kong and its chief executive was hand-picked by China. As long as there is no genuine universal suffrage in Hong Kong there can be no genuine democracy. The only way to democratize Hong Kong is to throw out the Chinese constitution and promote democracy under the rule of law. Taiwan will be the key to achieving democracy in Hong Kong. See the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development
China’s Chairman Xi Jinping has called for the world to come together and unite as one global family. Taiwan must take Xi at his word and urge his to actively work to implement global unity through constitutional reform, with Taiwan serving as a role model for realizing liberalism, constitutionalism and cosmopolitanism.
The Republican party collected $40 million through Trump Victory as of September 30. In September, Trump raised $100 million for his campaign and Republican partners, while Clinton raised $154 million for her side.
Presidential elections in the US are increasingly little more than a contest between two candidates to see who can put together the biggest campaign and spend the most money for media expenses and other costs. Real issues and values are often overlooked in a race which features two less-than-stellar figures backed by supporters with deep pockets. In the meantime, potential candidates from all political ideologies are daunted by the prospect of paying for media time and space and dare not step forward. This problem can be easily overcome by granting all candidates in elections free access to the media to express their ideas. For more, please see the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development.
However, Hsu expressed concerns about the constitutionality of the president's weekly policy coordination meetings and said that "further considerations are required (to continue holding the meetings)."
As long as the Constitution is not reformed, no matter whether Tsai Ing-wen, Ma Ying-jeou or Chen Shui-bian is president, the nation will be in trouble. Taiwan urgently needs to put together an all-new Constitution or completely overhaul the current Constitution. The heads of the legislative, executive, judicial and procuratorial branches should all be directly elected, and President Tsai must lead the drive for full constitutional reform. See the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development.
The government of mainland China is rife with corruption, a situation which can be attributed to thousands of years of graft and bribery at every level of officialdom. The only way to overthrow this deeply engrained culture is to put power squarely in the hands of the people through direct elections of key officials including the president and vice president and the heads of various branches of government. This must be complemented by the election of 1/4 of Parliament each year and other measures to ensure separation of power. The Charter for Permanent Peace and Development offers solutions that will end corruption once and for all.
Taiwan must move to bring about constitutional reform and true freedom and democracy. Doing so will set off a drive for democratization among the 1.4 billion people of China. This will then spread to North Korea, and with peace on the Korean peninsula the world will be much safer for all. The world’s democratic nations must back Taiwan as a beacon of democracy for Asia which will illuminate the road to peaceful development for China. See the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development.