Then when the public protests, Thuan Than Vuong quickly implemented the reform program again, and announced that he would form parliament in 1913, which means four years earlier than the old program planned. Thuan Than Vuong explained that he did so as a desire to create a strong and unified China. Cycling ride poster. But opposition organizations said it was a sign of weakness for the Qing Dynasty. These organizations demanded the dissolution of the Grand Council of the Manchu Nobles and replace it with a cabinet.