Foreign News: Premier Chang Resigns

Chang Tsao-tsen, Chinese Premier, resigned. He and his Ministry submitted to the war lords because of a disagreement over plans for the reunification of China. The war lords insisted on appointing Military Governors for the districts of Kwangtung and Fukien, and met the Chinese Premier's refusal with an ultimatum which forced the resignation of the Chang Tsao-tsen Cabinet.

In a pronunciamento to the whole country, Chang Tsao-Tsen declared that peaceful efforts at reunification had failed and practically admitted that he was powerless against the opposition of the war lords.

Li Yuan-Hung, President of the...

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