By: Claudia Liu and Lilian Wu
The “1992 consensus” refers to a tacit agreement reached between Taiwan and China in 1992 that there is only one China with each side free to interpret its meaning.
Party sources said draft amendments to the guidelines have been sent to the delegates to the party’s national congress for them to submit their views.
The KMT will then forge a consensus and submit a final version for approval at the party’s national congress, which will convene July 19. [FULL STORY]