Tsai Ing-wen

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Tsai Ing-Wen

President of the Republic of China
(Taiwan)
Incumbent
Assumed office 
May 20, 2016
Preceded by Ma Ying-jeou

Born August 31, 1956
Taipei, Taiwan

Tsai Ing-wen is the two-time democratically elected president of Taiwan. She is a member of the anti-communist Democratic Progressive Party.

Dispute with Mainland China

As of 2020, Mainland China does not have democratic elections or a democratically elected leadership. The government of Mainland China is openly hostile toward democracy and has threatened to invade Taiwan numerous times. The ruling Chinese Communist Party of the Mainland, which has been accused of gross human rights violations and illegal bioweapons research over many decades, claims sovereignty over Taiwan becuse of geographic proximity. The communist People's Republic of China has no valid historical claim over Free China. The Chinese Communist Party, its leadership, successors, and members, have never been held to account by the international community for mass murder and genocide under the precedent set at the Nuremberg Warcrimes Tribunal of Nazi war criminals.