Democratically Elected President

【The Road to the President】

  1. In 1971, he was recruited into the cabinet by Chiang Ching-kuo, then president of the Executive Yuan, and served as a political councilor
  2. In 1978, then-President Chiang Ching-kuo was promoted to mayor of Taipei
  3. In 1981, he became Chairman of Taiwan Province
  4. In 1984, he was nominated as a vice-presidential candidate
  5. In 1984, he was elected the 7th Vice President of the Republic of China
  6. In 1988, after the death of former President Chiang Ching-kuo, Lee Teng-hui, who was vice president, succeeded him
  7. In 1990, he was elected as the eighth President by the National Assembly
  8. In 1992, the Wannian Congress was re-elected
  9. In 1994, the governor of Taiwan Province and the mayor of Beigao were elected
  10. In 1996, he was elected as the 9th President of the Republic of China in the first popular presidential election

Democratically elected president
  In 1996, he became the first directly elected president of the Republic of China (known as the founder of Taiwan's democracy). With 581,000 votes and 54% of the votes, it stood out in the first presidential election This election has enabled Lee Teng-hui to win the reputation of Mr. Democracy in the international community


▲ Family photo during mayor's term as mayor in 1978

Source:《 Memoirs of the Life of Lee Teng-hui》


▲ From 1979 to 1981, he promoted various indoor and outdoor performances during the Taipei City Music Season during his term as mayor/Source:《 Memoirs of the Life of Lee Teng-hui》


▲On March 22, 1984, President Jingguo visited Da'an's residence to congratulate the vice president-elect/Source: 《Memoirs of the Life of Lee Teng-hui》


Reference: 《Wikipedia》