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Annette Lu

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Profile of Vice President Annette Lu

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Annette Lu presents case for a neutral Taiwan at Washington workshop

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Former Vice President Annette Lu wants government to move

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Former Vice President Annette Lu calls for new probe of mysterious 2004 assassination atte...

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Former Vice President Annette Lu begins hunger strike for the release of Chen Shui-bian

Annette Lu Hsiu-lien is a Taiwanese politician. A feminist active in the tangwai movement, she joined the Democratic Progressive Party in 1990, and was elected to the Legislative Yuan in 1992. Subsequently, she served as Taoyuan County Magistrate between 1997 and 2000, and was the Vice President of the Republic of China from 2000 to 2008, under President Chen Shui-bian. Lu announced her intentions to run for the presidency on 6 March 2007, but withdrew to support eventual DPP nominee Frank Hsieh. Lu ran again in 2012, but withdrew for a second time, ceding the nomination to DPP chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen. She left the Democratic Progressive Party in 2018, after losing the party's Taipei mayoral nomination to Pasuya Yao.
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