We have discussed this in a previous thread, but I can't find it.
Too bad Jfuh's gone AWOL because he insisted that she had given up her citizenship in 1994. It turns out that she has been a US citizen all this time, and that is illegal under Taiwanese law.The Central Election Commission (CEC) last night decided to revoke former Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) legislator Diane Lee’s (李慶安) elected status both as a Taipei City councilor and as a legislator, after the US Department of State on Thursday confirmed that Lee’s US citizenship was still valid.
“The CEC believes that Diane Lee was a dual citizen between 1991 and 2005, and thus decided in a meeting today [Friday] to revoke her elected status as Taipei City councilor in 1994, and as legislator in 1999, 2002 and 2005,” CEC Secretary-General Teng Tien-yu (鄧天祐) said. “We will also void her elected certificates.”
Somewhat ironic that one of the people running for her seat next month in the special election us a US-born Caucasian who became a Taiwanese citizen about a decade ago. He is the first Caucasian to run for the national legislature in Taiwan's history.