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Indigenous Peoples’ Regions

On April 16, 2002, the Executive Yuan agreed to designate 55 townships (towns and cities) as “indigenous peoples’ regions” in Letter Tai-Jiang-Zi No. 0910017300

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1. To implement the “indigenous peoples’ region” provisions in the “Indigenous Peoples Employment Rights Protection Act” promulgated on October 31, 2001, CIP has planned the range of 30 townships (towns and cities) in the mountainside and 25 townships (towns and cities) in flatland areas as “indigenous peoples’ regions” and applied to the Executive Yuan for approval on January 23, 2002 in Letter Tai-(91)-Yuan-Min-Qi-Zi No. 9101402. On April 16, 2002, the Executive Yuan agreed to designate all these 55 townships (towns and cities) as “indigenous peoples’ regions” in Letter Tai-Jiang-Zi No. 0910017300.

2. The “indigenous peoples’ region” as defined in the “Indigenous Peoples Employment Rights Protection Act” promulgated and implemented on February 5, 2005 adopted the range of “indigenous peoples’ region” in the said Executive Yuan letter. With reference to the “indigenous peoples’ region” defined in subparagraph 3, Article 2, of the Indigenous Peoples Basic Law and paragraph 4, Article 5, of the “Indigenous Peoples Employment Rights Protection Act”, Indigenous Peoples’ Region refers to areas approved by the Executive Yuan upon application made by the indigenous authority of the central government where indigenous peoples have traditionally inhabited, featuring indigenous history and cultural characteristics. In addition, the Executive Yuan has approved the said 30 townships (towns and cities) in the mountainside and 25 townships (towns and cities) in flatland areas, totaling 55, as indigenous peoples’ regions. Furthermore, the “indigenous peoples’ region” is the administration region of indigenous peoples, and only a very small quantity of land in these regions is owned by indigenous peoples. As this policy has been practiced for more than 50 years, related agencies and society have recognized this.