|Chairperson of the Democratic Progressive Party|
18 July 1996 – 18 July 1998
|Preceded by||Shih Ming-teh|
|Succeeded by||Lin Yi-hsiung|
20 January 1992 – 4 December 1993
|Preceded by||Huang Shin-chieh|
|Succeeded by||Shih Ming-teh|
|Magistrate of Taoyuan|
20 December 1977 – 1 July 1979
|Preceded by||Wu Po-hsiung|
Weng Chien (acting)
|Succeeded by||Yeh Kuo-kuang (acting)|
|Born||27 May 1941|
Chūreki Town, Chūreki District, Shinchiku Prefecture, Japanese Taiwan (modern-day Zhongli, Taoyuan, Taiwan)
|Political party||Democratic Progressive Party (1990s; 2008–present)|
|Kuomintang (until 1977; 2000–2008)|
|Spouse(s)||Hsu Chung Pi-hsia|
|Relations||Hsu Kuo-tai (brother)|
|Alma mater||National Chengchi University|
University of Edinburgh
Hsu Hsin-liang (Chinese: 許信良; pinyin: Xǔ Xìnliáng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Khó͘ Sìn-liông; born 27 May 1941) is a Taiwanese politician. He is a formerly Chairman of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP). He was a supporter of the Pan-Blue Coalition from 2000 to 2008 but then supported the DPP in the 2008 presidential election.
Hsu was involved in opposition activity during the first part of 1979. The government impeached him and removed him from office for two years.
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- Jacobs, J. Bruce (2012). Democratizing Taiwan. Leiden and Boston: Brill. pp. 54–5. ISBN 9789004221543.