Radio Taiwan International
Date: 20 July, 2020
By: Katherine Wei
Pro-independence groups have been vocal about these motions. They are pushing for lawmakers to remove “China” from the name of Taiwan’s state-owned airline They also want to change the words on passport covers from “the Republic of China” to “Taiwan”, and remove the party emblem of the main opposition party, the Kuomintang (KMT)..
Proponents say the changes will reduce the likelihood that people will confuse Taiwan as being China.
The renaming motions are likely to be another point of contention between the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and the opposition KMT. Already, three fights have broken out between the ruling and opposition lawmakers since the current extraordinary legislative session began on July 1. [FULL STORY]