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  • TPP Chairman shares plans to launch ’Grassroot Cafes’

    Taipei (TVBS News) — Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) chairman Ko Wen-je announces plans to open "Grassroot Cafes" in three locations across Taiwan. The cafes will feature vending machines for beverages and hot food, with monthly "Chairman Ko’s Forums" to be held. The move has drawn scrutiny over potential violations of the Political Parties Act, though TPP asserts the cafes will be managed indirectly. Ko Wen-je also outlines his 2026 election strategy, including expanding council seats and preparing for legislative turnover.
    2024/03/01 10:52
  • Taiwan’s new Congress: a stage for strategic party maneuvers

    Controversy arises between the DPP and TPP following the election of the Legislative Yuan’s speaker and deputy speaker, with allegations of a "phone gate" incident and conspiracies over a cabinet leader dispute. The anticipated dynamics within the Legislative Yuan, including the Blue-White Cooperation between the KMT and TPP, may undergo significant changes due to each party’s objectives. Despite holding only eight seats, the TPP has established itself as a third force in this general election. The TPP promptly proposes four reforms to Congress, attracting attention with their strategic approach. Both the DPP and KMT express cautious apprehension towards the TPP’s growth and influence, shaping the new congress as a battleground for collaboration and competition among the three parties.
    2024/02/05 10:39
  • Legislative Yuan elects new leadership amid high stakes

    The 11th term legislators in Taiwan reported for duty and will elect the new Speaker and Vice Speaker of the Legislative Yuan. Notable incumbents include Han Kuo-yu, Wang Shih-chien, and Huang Kuo-chang. The KMT has put forth Han Kuo-yu and Johnny Chiang as candidates, while the DPP has nominated You Si-kun and Tsai Chi-chang. The TPP has unanimously elected Huang Shan-shan as its candidate. The KMT controls 54 seats, the DPP holds 51, and the TPP has eight. If no one secures a majority in the first round, a second round will be held. The speaker election will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., followed by the vice speaker election from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Results are expected by 5 p.m.
    2024/02/01 11:35
  • TPP emerges as new force in Taiwan’s political landscape

    Explore the latest developments in Taiwan’s political landscape following the recent legislative election. Learn about the new balance of power in the Legislative Yuan, the rise of the TPP, and the focus on domestic issues over cross-strait relations. Understand how these election results reflect changing voter sentiments in Taiwan’s vibrant democracy.
    2024/01/15 17:07
  • Taiwan legislative elections unfold: KMT 52, DPP 51, TPP 8

    Taiwan’s legislative election results from Jan. 13 show a close race, with the Kuomintang (KMT) gaining a slight lead over the Democratic Progress Party (DPP). The Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) also made gains. This article explores the implications of the election on Taiwan’s parliamentary dynamics and potential challenges in legislation and governance.
    2024/01/14 13:51
  • Lai Ching-te’s victory in election signals new DPP term

    The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) secures victory in Taiwan’s 2024 presidential election, with Lai Ching-te as president. Amid celebrations, the focus shifts to challenges in cross-strait relations and global political implications.
    2024/01/13 21:21
  • Divided legislative outlook as Taiwan gears up for elections

    Taiwan braces for its January 13 elections, with no party poised for a legislative majority. The race will decide the president and all 113 parliamentary seats, setting the stage for potential cooperation challenges.
    2024/01/03 17:19
  • Election race in Taiwan sees (contentious) campaign tactics

    Explore the controversy surrounding campaign tactics in Taiwan’s presidential race, including allegations of election bribery and the Ministry of Justice’s evaluation of giveaways.
    2023/12/28 18:39
  • DPP, KMT, TPP secure ballot numbers in election draw

    The Kuomintang (KMT) and Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) sent their lead nominees, Han Kuo-yu and Huang Shan-shan, respectively, to draw lots for the party vote ballot order ahead of Taiwan’s 2024 legislative elections. Both candidates are seen as prominent contenders for Speaker and Deputy Speaker positions in the Legislative Yuan. The KMT aims to secure at least 12 seats, while the TPP hopes to obtain at least 10 seats. The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) seeks to surpass its previous election result of 13 seats. In the draw, the DPP received ballot number 6, the New Power Party (NPP) got number 8, the KMT drew number 9, and the TPP was assigned number 12. The event saw moments of excitement, prompting a reminder to maintain order.
    2023/12/20 20:50
  • Party numbers drawn for Taiwan’s legislative elections

    The Central Election Commission (CEC) publicly held a party number drawing for the 11th legislative elections in Taiwan. The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) secured the number 6 spot, the Kuomintang (KMT) got number 9, and the Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) drew number 12 for the at-large legislative seats. Prior to the draw, the TPP’s top legislator-at-large candidate and the KMT’s leading counterpart were seen exchanging pleasantries and handshakes. The CEC reviewed and approved the qualifications of the 16 participating parties before the public lottery. Out of 178 applicants, 177 individuals were confirmed to meet the requirements for legislative candidacy.
    2023/12/20 17:17
  • TRA adds 81 trains for Taiwan election travel

    The Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) will add 81 train services from Jan. 12 to 15 next year to accommodate travelers returning home for the presidential and legislative elections. The additional train services will cover all types of trains and aim to strengthen transportation capacity during the election period. Starting Friday at midnight, presidential and legislative election train tickets will be available for booking online, at convenience stores, and via telephone reservation system. The TRA estimates a 5.2 percent average daily increase in capacity during this period, with the west line seeing a 2.4 percent rise, the east line 12.6 percent, and the south-link line 4.7%. This will result in approximately 39,000 extra seats each day compared to regular days. Compared to the election year of 2020, the overall number of seats will increase by 8.89 percent and total seat kilometers by 9.76 percent in 2024, according to the TRA.
    2023/12/12 18:50
  • KMT Chairman Chu predicts major gains in legislative seats

    Kuomintang (KMT) Chairman Eric Chu expressed optimism about the nomination of the Hou-Jaw ticket, stating that it has boosted party morale and is projected to increase the party’s number of legislative constituencies by more than ten. Chu estimated that the KMT is likely to secure 14 to 15 legislator-at-large seats, which would give them an absolute majority in the Legislative Yuan. He highlighted the stable political landscape in the Taipei-Keelung area, the advantage in the Taoyuan-Hsinchu-Miaoli area, and potential progress in the southern regions, including Tainan, Kaohsiung, and Pintung. Chu also mentioned the strong performance of Mayor Chang San-cheng in Taoyuan and the popularity of former legislator Li Yen-hsiu in Taipei’s 4th election district. Despite criticism over the presence of second-generation officials on the KMT legislator-at-large list, Chu defended their selection, citing their substantial contributions to the public and their professions.
    2023/12/12 18:18
  • KMT head eyes majority, coalition gov’t in Parliament

    Kuomintang (KMT) Chairman Eric Chu aims to secure a parliamentary majority and form a coalition government with the assistance of the Hou-Jaw ticket. Chu believes that voters will intelligently concentrate their votes at the last moment. The aversion to the Hou-Jaw ticket among competing candidates is relatively low at 13.6 percent, making it the second choice for many voters. The KMT is focused on obtaining over half of the parliamentary seats and establishing a coalition government. The party’s youngest group of legislative at-large candidates, averaging 47 years of age, reflects a youthful push in the KMT’s legislative presence. In the presidential race, the KMT is unwavering in its support for its nominated candidate Hou Yu-ih and vows to fight fiercely to unseat the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) with the wisdom of the electorate.
    2023/12/12 13:03
  • KMT targets five Taipei seats as 2024 elections loom

    The Kuomintang’s (KMT) legislative head of the Taipei City branch, Huang Lu Chin-ju, confidently stated that the KMT is poised to win five out of the eight constituencies in the upcoming legislative elections in Taipei City. Huang believes that the KMT’s strong standing in the elections could boost support for KMT presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih. Huang also discussed the competitive race in the Shilin-Beitou constituency, highlighting the close contest between KMT candidate Chang Szu-kang and Democratic Progressive Party’s (DPP) Rosalia Wu. Huang noted that the inclusion of Taipei City Councillor Hou Han-ting in the race could create a two-strong and one-weak scenario. Huang also mentioned the situation in the Datong-Shilin district, where KMT candidate Yu Shu-hui has made a remarkable comeback in polling. While Huang expressed confidence in securing five seats, the ultimate goal is to win all eight seats in Taipei City.
    2023/12/11 20:52
  • TPP campaign chief unveils strategy shift amid Ko’s decline

    Taipei (TVBS News) — Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) campaign chief Vivian Huang suggests that TPP presidential candidate Ko Wen-je should ignore daily critiques from traditional media to improve his lagging poll numbers ahead of the 2024 presidential election. Ko’s support has significantly declined, and veteran media person Huang Wei-han advises him to stop blaming institutional effects, fake news, and media blackouts, and instead acknowledge the deficit in the race. Former legislator Shen Fu-hsiung predicts that Ko may receive as little as 12% of the vote and suggests that the TPP might secure only six seats in the Legislative Yuan. However, Vivian Huang counters the negativity by emphasizing that internal polling for the TPP shows their support at around 20%. She advises against focusing on negative press and poll results from traditional media platforms, advocating instead for a concentrated effort on promoting and implementing the party’s own policies.
    2023/12/11 12:15
  • KMT’s Chu urges unity for Taiwan’s future

    KMT Chairman Eric Chu urges veteran legislators to support KMT presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih in the upcoming elections to fight for Taiwan’s future. Chu emphasizes the party’s efforts in nominating young candidates, particularly highlighting Chan Wan-chen’s run for the legislative seat in Chiayi County’s first district. Despite a late start in her campaign, Chan is doubling down on efforts to meet and seek support from constituents. Chu expresses confidence in Chan due to her deep-rooted service in Chiayi and believes that the people of Chiayi will support her.
    2023/12/07 17:50
  • Ko Wen-je aims for 10 seats in Legislative Yuan election

    Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je, the presidential candidate for the Taiwan People’s Party (TPP), aims to win a total of 10 seats in the upcoming Legislative Yuan elections. He plans to maintain President Tsai Ing-wen’s foreign affairs policies while adopting a friendlier approach to cross-strait relations and emphasizing Taiwan’s self-defense capabilities. Despite his pro-Democratic Progressive Party stance, Ko aims for a non-partisan approach to governance, drawing on his experience as a physician. He believes that the key to his success lies in the turnout of young voters and aspires to make Taiwan a "normal country." Ko has been using his media platform, "KP TV," and participating in interviews to enhance his media presence. Cynthia Wu has been chosen as the vice-presidential candidate for the TPP. Ko hinted at the possibility of involving Terry Gou, founder of Foxconn, in the campaign after discussing economic policies with Gou’s team. While Ko did not provide specific vote estimates, he mentioned that around 5.5 million votes are needed to win the presidency. He also suggested that if the TPP and the Kuomintang (KMT) were to part ways, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) might gain a majority in the Legislative Yuan.
    2023/12/07 09:58
  • DPP’s Lai eyes "Home Run" with 8 Taipei legislative bids

    DPP presidential candidate Lai Ching-te and eight Taipei legislative candidates registered at the Central Election Committee (CEC) on Nov. 22. Lai encouraged his team with slogans like "8 seats to victory" and "Team Taipei! Let’s home run!" Lai expressed confidence in leading Taiwan forward despite the global situation. The DPP legislative hopefuls are Rosalia Wu, Wang Shi-chien, Hsieh Pei-fen, Kao Chia-yu, Wu Pei-yi, Hsu Shu-hua, Wang Min-sheng, and Miao Po-ya from the Social Democratic Party. Lai urged the candidates to collaborate effectively to secure all eight seats, which would give the DPP a majority in the legislature and benefit Taipei and Taiwan as a whole.
    2023/11/22 15:13
  • Voters divided on KMT-TPP collaboration criteria: poll

    The latest poll on potential collaboration between the Kuomintang (KMT) and Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) reveals that 12% of voters believe candidate popularity in polls should be the sole basis for nomination consideration, while 20% think only party capability should be considered. However, the majority, at 47%, believe that both factors should be given equal importance. According to the survey released by the United Daily News, 60% of voters believe the popularity poll results of candidates play a crucial role in deciding the presidential and vice-presidential nominees for the potential KMT-TPP alliance. Other considerations for voters include the parties’ control over legislative seats (49%), popularity polls of the nominating parties (46%), and the ruling parties under their jurisdictions (40%). If the alliance breaks down, 33% of voters would blame the KMT, 28% would blame the TPP, 23% believe both parties are equally responsible, and 16% have no opinion.
    2023/11/14 11:25
  • Japanese scholar foresees Lai’s presidential victory

    Japanese scholar Yoshiyuki Ogasawara predicts that Lai Ching-te, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate, is likely to win Taiwan’s presidential race. However, Ogasawara cautions that the DPP is unlikely to gain a majority of legislative seats. Opposition parties have attracted public attention by coordinating candidate discussions, leading to diminished public exposure for Lai. Additionally, recent scandals involving extramarital affairs among DPP incumbent lawmakers have put the party on the defensive. Ogasawara’s prediction makes him the first Japanese election observer to suggest that the ruling DPP may not secure more than half of the legislative seats.
    2023/11/01 10:31
  • KMT, TPP heads agree on coalition plans, democratic reform

    KMT Chairman Eric Chu and TPP Chairman Ko Wen-je affirm collaboration on legislative seats and democratic reform in Taiwan. The partnership aims to challenge the Democratic Progressive Party’s longstanding rule, enhance legislative function, and promote policies for national security and public health. The alliance also vows to restore stability across the Taiwan Strait.
    2023/10/30 17:54
  • KMT, TPP begins inter-party cooperation talks

    Eric Chu, chairman of the Kuomintang (KMT), and Ko Wen-je, chairman of the Taiwan People’s Party (TPP), will engage in inter-party cooperation negotiations on Monday. The discussions will center around forming a coalition government, maximizing legislative seats, and identifying the strongest opposition candidate for the presidency. The talks, initiated by the KMT and TPP, are aimed at Taiwan’s future and cross-strait peace, rather than serving the interests of the parties themselves.
    2023/10/30 09:59
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