List of movements/Political Parties/Taiwan

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Political Parties

The political parties in Taiwan are mainly based on the coalitions that either in favor of Taiwanese Independence, which in turn are divided among left-leaning (with an emphasis on Social Democracy and Progressivism) and right-leaning (with an emphasis on Nativism and Nationalism), Reunification with China or Maintaining the Status Quo.

泛綠聯盟 (Pan-Green Coalition)

泛藍聯盟 (Pan-Blue Coalition)

Parties not in any alliance



Presidents of Republic of China (since 1948)

Vice Presidents

Presidents of the Executive Yuan

  • Liu Chao-shiuan ( KMT, 2008-2009)
  • Wu Den-yih ( KMT, 2009-2012)
  • Chen Chun ( KMT, 2012-2013)
  • Jiang Yi-huah ( KMT, 2013-2014)
  • Mao Chi-kuo ( KMT, 2014-2016)
  • Chang San-cheng ( Independent, 2016)
  • Lin Chuan ( Independent, 2016-2017)
  • Lai Ching‑te ( DPP, 2017-2019)
  • Su Tseng-chang ( DPP, 2019-2023)
  • Chen Chien-jen ( DPP, 2023-2024)

Presidents of the Legislative Yuan

  • Wang Jin-pyng ( KMT, 1999-2016)
  • Su Jia-chyuan ( DPP, 2016-2020)
  • Yu Shyi-kun ( DPP, 2020-2024)
  • Han Kuo-yu ( KMT, 2024-)

Mayors and County Magistrates

List of notable mayors and County Magistrates.

Incumbent Mayors

Incumbent County Magistrates & Mayors in Taiwan Province, Republic of China

  • Kao Hung-an ( TPP, 2022-, Hsinchu City)
  • Hsu Chen-wei ( KMT, 2018-, Hualien)

Incumbent County Magistrates in Fuchien Province, Republic of China

  • Chen Fu-hai ( Independent→ TPP, 2014-2018,2022-, Kinmen
  • Liu Cheng-ying ( KMT, 2014-, Lienchiang)


Presidents of the Republic of Formosa

Notes and References

* Denotes political parties that allow dual-memberships

** Denotes politicians who held governmental positions that had been recalled via recall elections

  1. Non-KMT Movement was a broad church liberal movement that opposed KMT's party-state rule until the formation of the DPP in 1986. It had both Taiwanese independence supporters and anti-independence liberals. It also had some former members of the Taiwanese People's Party (Taiwanese Tridemists who were betrayed by Chiang Kai-shek) Many of the non-KMT affiliated independent candidates of the movement were elected in Taiwan in provisional elections even during the martial law era. Some former members of the Taiwanese People’s Party joined the movement to oppose Chiang Kai-shek authoritarian regime.