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Non-Partisan Solidarity Union

Non-Partisan Solidarity Union
無黨團結聯盟
Wúdǎng Tuánjié Liánméng
Leader Lin Pin-kuan
Founded June 15, 2004
Headquarters Taipei City, Republic of China
Ideology Big tent
Chinese reunification
Centrism
Pacifism
National affiliation Legislative Yuan New Coalition
Legislative Yuan
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Website
http://www.taconet.com.tw/npsu
Politics of the Republic of China
Political parties
Elections
Non-Partisan Solidarity Union
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese

The Non-Partisan Solidarity Union (Chinese: 無黨團結聯盟) is a political party in the Republic of China on Taiwan. It was established on June 15, 2004, led by founding Chairwoman Chang Po-ya and emerged a major player in the national political scene during the 2004 Legislative Yuan election, with 26 candidates running for local constituency and aboriginal seats and 6 others nominated for proportional representation seats.

It won six seats in the 6th Legislative Yuan (2005-2008) and three seats in the 7th Legislative Yuan (2008-2012).

It has allied itself with the Pan-Blue Coalition since 2014.

In the 2012 Legislative Yuan elections, the party only won two seats.

Election results

Legislative elections

Election Total seats won Total votes Share of votes Outcome of election Election leader
2004
6 / 225
353,164 3.86% Decrease5 seats; Opposition Chang Po-ya
2008
3 / 113
239,317 2.4% Decrease3 seats; Opposition Lin Pin-kuan
2012
2 / 113
148,105 1.12% Decrease1 seats; Opposition Lin Pin-kuan

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