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Taiwan Presidential Election Minorities Opposition Liberal Democratic Party Top


Minority opposition party, the top of the Democratic Party, expressed the intention to run for the presidential election in Taiwan next January, and which is the battle centered on the two major parties ...

Taiwan President Election Minorities Opposition Liberal Democratic Top

The president of the minority opposition and the Democratic Party, who will be running for the presidential election in Taiwan next January, will express his willingness to run and will focus on how it will affect the conflict centered on the two major parties.

Next year's presidential election in Taiwan will be re-elected by the ruling party, the current democratic party, and the president of the Democratic Party, and the largest opposition party in China. intend to do something.

And on the 13th, the top of the opposition party's third party, the top of the PDP who is compatible with China, Mr. Zhao had a press conference and revealed his intention to run.

This is the fourth time that 77-year-old Roh has challenged the presidential election this time, and Roh said, “For the past 25 years, the third voice has not appeared in the battle between the National Party and the Democratic Party. Without Taiwan, we can't move forward, "he appealed to change the politics around the two major parties.

The presidential election is expected to proceed with the candidates of the Democratic Party and the National Party, but Mr. Tsuji has a certain level of support as a veteran big politician and is likely to be a recipient of non-partisan groups dissatisfied with existing parties It is considered.

According to the public opinion poll released by Taiwan TV station “TVBS” on the 7th of this month, Mr. Roh ’s approval rate is 45%, Han ’s 37%, and Roh ’s 10%. It will be noticed how it affects.

Source: nhk

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