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Taiwan’s KMT to elect new leader in March

Taiwan’s Kuomintang will choose a new leader on March 26. The the party lost to the Democratic Progressive Party led by Tsai Ing-wen in last week’s election. Its Chairman Eric Chu resigned to take responsibility for the defeat.

This comes after the party lost to the Democratic Progressive Party led by Tsai Ing-wen in last week’s election.

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Senior KMT member, Hung Hsiu-chu, who’s also deputy speaker of the island’s legislature, has become the first to announce the intention to run for the post.

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