Geetings Luismanuel1995, I've noticed that you keep on renaming Taiwan article to the nation's official name, but why? The article already states what Taiwan's official name is, so what's the point? Is there something I am missing here? Are we going to rename all country/subdivision articles to their official name now?
because the republic of china has not yet dissolved, for taiwan to be a country it has to dissolve the government of the republic of china, this territory currently has 2 provinces fujian and taiwan, currently without administrative function
What are you talking about? I just told you the Republic of China governs over these territories for seven decades and it has never been part of the PRC because Mao Zedong couldn'tconquor it, so its de facto independent and has the right to call itself whatever it wants. Do you understand or is there something that doesn't add up?
I changed Category:Colombian department to use a lowercase "d" for consistency within Category:Subdivisions. For some of the actual subdivision categories like Category:Trujillo state, it's not as clear if the word "department" or "state" should be lowercase, since it might be part of the subdivision's proper name. For example, the Uruguayan departments should probably have their own categories at "X Department" as they do now, with the collective category being Category:Uruguayan department. I'm not as sure for Colombia and Venezuela, as only a few pages use the term "department" or "state" in their title. I'm not opposing the change to lowercase; both "Trujillo State" and "Trujillo state" sound good to me (though I'm not South American).