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Miaoli County Council

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Type  County council
Deputy Speaker  Chen Ming-chao
Speaker  Yu Chung-tien
Seats  38
Miaoli County Council
Political groups  KMT (19)      NPSU (15)      DPP (4)
Voting system  Single non-transferable vote

The Miaoli County Council (MCC; Chinese: 苗栗縣議會; pinyin: Miáolì Xiàn Yìhuì) is the elected county council of Miaoli County, Republic of China. The council composes of 38 councilors lastly elected through the 2014 Republic of China local election on 29 November 2014.

History

After the handover of Taiwan from Japan to the Republic of China (ROC) on 25 October 1945, area of the present day Miaoli County was part of Hsinchu County. In 1950, local self-governance was implemented and administrative division of the ROC was adjusted in which Miaoli County was established and subsequently the country government was established on 25 October 1950. On 7 January 1951, the first term of the county councilors were elected and inaugurated on 19 January the same year.

References

Miaoli County Council Wikipedia


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