The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has split the election because the Kuomintang must cooperate with him.

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 The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has split the election because the Kuomintang must cooperate with him.


According to Taiwans China time newspaper, there is a clear divergence between the DPP about whether or not to mention the candidates to participate in the 2018 Taipei mayoral election. The Democratic Progressive Party is very dissatisfied with some of Ke Wenzhes political initiatives, and is inclined to take part in the election of the 2018 Taipei mayor in the party. In this regard, the Democratic Progressive Party and the Green Committee are firmly opposed, saying that this kind of action is making the Kuomintang, and they say that the present mayor of Taipei is a non party personage. The bottom is different from the Kuomintang, and it is undeniable that Kuomintang is very popular at the moment and can spell out a spell with the nominees of the Kuomintang, but if we do it, we will disperse the voters vote, so that the chances of winning the Kuomintang will increase. We would rather have Ke Wenzhe than the Kuomintang, Ding Shouzhong said. Win. Another senior member of the Democratic Progressive Party also said there is no doubt that if we do not give Ke Wenzhe the courtesy, we will give the Kuomintang nominated Ding Zhong the courtesy. In 2014, when the Kuomintang was the worst, the election campaign had 41% of the votes. Now the Kuomintang not only was not so bad, but it was constantly rising. If the candidate was chosen, the votes were scattered in the party and Ke Wenzhes two people, is the Democratic Progressive Party more confident than the 41% of the Kuomintang? According to the latest poll published recently, the current Taipei mayor Ke Wenzhes support is 48.5%. Ding Shouzhong, a nominated candidate for the Kuomintang, has won 32.1% of the support and won only 4% of the support of the Democratic Progressive Party of the Democratic Progressive Party, which is nominated for the mayor of Taipei in the Democratic Progressive Party. Some netizens in Taiwan jokingly said, it is a new low election history. 4%, lower than the concentration of beer. Is the DPP happy to get it? According to earlier reports, the Taipei mayor election in 2014, the Democratic Progressive Party did not put forward their own candidates, but support the non party personage Ke Wenzhe, and the Taipei mayoral election in 2018, the Democratic Progressive Party has still not decided whether to choose their own candidates. According to the DPPs internal information, whether or not to mention the candidates to participate in the 2018 Taipei mayoral elections, the DPP will make a final decision in mid May. Source: overseas web editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 According to the latest poll published recently, the current Taipei mayor Ke Wenzhes support is 48.5%. Ding Shouzhong, a nominated candidate for the Kuomintang, has won 32.1% of the support and won only 4% of the support of the Democratic Progressive Party of the Democratic Progressive Party, which is nominated for the mayor of Taipei in the Democratic Progressive Party. Some netizens in Taiwan jokingly said, it is a new low election history. 4%, lower than the concentration of beer. Is the DPP happy to get it? According to earlier reports, the Taipei mayor election in 2014, the Democratic Progressive Party did not put forward their own candidates, but support the non party personage Ke Wenzhe, and the Taipei mayoral election in 2018, the Democratic Progressive Party has still not decided whether to choose their own candidates. According to the DPPs internal information, whether or not to mention the candidates to participate in the 2018 Taipei mayoral elections, the DPP will make a final decision in mid May.