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By: Shondiin Silversmith
Date: August 3rd 2016
For the first time in history, Taiwan’s government has apologized to the indigenous people of the island for generations of abuse.
The country’s President Tsai Ing-wen gave an official apology this week outside her office building in Taipei.
This Act is enacted for the purposes of regulating expropriation of land, ensuring reasonable land use, safeguarding private properties and promoting public interest.
This Law is enacted for the purposes of protecting the fundamental rights of indigenous peoples, promoting their subsistence and development and building inter-ethnic relations based on co-existence and prosperity.
The constitution was drafted by a Constituent Assembly before being promulgated by the national government.
This is a resource from the Resource Equity LandWise database of resources.
Full citation: HAKI Network, "Land Reform Revisited," HAKI NETWORK REPORT (2013).