Congress of Republic of China (Taiwan)

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Congress of Republic of China (Taiwan)
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General Information
Country Republic of China (Taiwan)Republic of China (Taiwan)
Headquarters Flag-Republic of China (Taiwan).jpg Taipei, Northern Taiwan
Established October, 2010
Part of Government of Republic of China (Taiwan)
Type Congress

The Congress elections take place on the 25th day of each month. Only the top 5 parties can make nominations for Congress candidates.

Until October 2008, Congressional Elections were held as part of the general elections which included both Presidential & Congressional Elections and they were held on the 1st of each month. Up to this point, citizens voted for the party list in a certain region, not the individual Congress candidates.

From October 2008 up to September 2012, citizens voted for an individual candidate on a party list in a certain region. As of September 2012, citizens vote for lists of party representatives instead of individual candidates which is valid for a whole country, not a certain region.

The first Congressional elections in Icon-Republic of China (Taiwan).png Republic of China (Taiwan) were held in October 2010.

The Admins have announced several times that Republic of China (Taiwan) would be added to eRepublik; first time on January 14 2009, they announced that Taiwan would be added in 2009. However, the country was not added to eRepublik as the Admins selected to add Serbia instead.

On September 23 2010, the Admins revealed that Taiwan would be added in October 2010. Taiwan was one of six countries added to the New World on October 7, 2010

Congress elections in Republic of China (Taiwan)