Newspaper article China Post

Ex-Vice President Coy on Campaigning for Kuomintang Chair

Newspaper article China Post

Ex-Vice President Coy on Campaigning for Kuomintang Chair

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TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Former Vice President Wu Den-yih ([...]) said on Saturday that he would "listen more to voices of the public before determining whether to participate in the KMT chairmanship election" in 2017.

Wu made the remarks in response to questions from the press after attending an exhibition for paintings by Lee Deng-yuan in Taipei. This was the first time Wu met the press since his term as vice president ended on May 20.

Local media also reported recently that incumbent vice chairman Hau Lung-bin ([...]) would team up with Wu to run for the KMT chairmanship.

Hau responded later to the report, saying that the most important task at the moment was to join forces in revitalizing the KMT. He said it was unimportant who ran for the chairmanship election a year from now. …

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