taiwanese nation. so i think this is the fundamental constraint in taiwan. so even, i still think that taiwan will not be appealing to so-called in taiwan without any constraint. thank you. >> one last question before we open it up, if you look at nguyen's policies as she has articulated them so far, could you tell us a few things that she would do fundamentally different from the current president, particularly, you know, economic social area? what are the real changes that we would expect to see and if the mainland were to take this policy that professor has said of freezing seth erat's talks and presumably between the taiwan affairs office and the mainland affairs council, how would that affect her ability to achieve what she wants to achieve domestically? >> well, i cannot speak on behalf of taiwan, but i try to share my thoughts with you based upon observation. april 15, when she declared to participate in the election, she basically made a lot of points on domestic issue. she would not pursue social justice. inequality in taiwan and would like to reform economic model in taiwan.
an equal counterpart has become a strategic move to push the taiwanese negotiator, to protect the national interests. so, from a strategic point of view, to separate political identity may help preserve taiwanese interests at a negotiation table. so, this is a general description and interpretation about the change of identity. but what about the political attitude? does it match the general tendency of the change of identity issues felt? an interesting story to tell. tendencies can be found in his tor cal data conducted by the same institutions, so, as you can see in the past two decades, those who support the so-called -- maintaining the prestigious court, which court being affected in the black lines and purple lines. two different kind of status quo. in the past, those two supported status quo. decide at later date or indefinitely. enjoy a stable majority between 50 to 60%. combined black and the purple together. the percentage of those who supported is called move to independence has been on the rise over the past two decades for sure, which is described in the green line. bu
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