Falcon wrote:Wow, here is another case where the Taiwan government is not even following their own rules !!! They are ignoring the Constitution for heavens sake !!!
So, we come back again to the realization that Taiwan is totally unfit to govern itself, because even with a Constitution, it doesn't follow what the Constitution says .........
This is more fuel for the fire ....... Please visit this thread: "Taiwan better off as a colony?" http://forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopic.php?t=22198
Isaac wrote:Overseas Taiwanese can apply for a household registration and an ID card and enjoy the full benefits of being a Taiwanese citizen. That right is not denied to overseas Taiwanese, most people either don't want to do so to avoid military service or just too ignorant to realize that is what they need to do to enjoy the full benefits of Taiwanese citizenship. Just because you don't (want to) apply for a household registration and an ID card doesn't make you a "second class" citizen.
naruto wrote: ......... basically your overseas Chinese passport means you can stay here as long as you want.
Mother Theresa wrote:Want a good laugh? Check out Article 7 of the ROC Constitution:
All citizens of the Republic of China, irrespective of sex, religion, ethnic origin, class, or party affiliation, shall be equal before the law.
http://www.concourt.am/wwconst/constit/ ... iwan-e.htm
Nice sentiment, but as with most laws in Taiwan, apparently it's not really meant to be observed.
Hartzell wrote:Hence, they are barred from obtaining full citizenship rights in their own country. Yes, that's right, they need visas to return to their own country.
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