Eric Chu, Kuomintang vice-chairman, receives his ballot in the party's leadership election at a polling station in Taipei on Saturday. Chu is the only candidate. Photo: AFP Eric Chu, Kuomintang vice-chairman, receives his ballot in the party's leadership election at a polling station in Taipei on Saturday. Chu is the only candidate. Photo: AFP
Eric Chu, Kuomintang vice-chairman, receives his ballot in the party's leadership election at a polling station in Taipei on Saturday. Chu is the only candidate. Photo: AFP

Taiwan’s embattled Kuomintang ruling party elects new leader to reverse fortunes

New Taipei Mayor Eric Chu will become chairman of the Kuomintang on Monday, following elections in which he is the only candidate, and has been tipped as a future president

Eric Chu, Kuomintang vice-chairman, receives his ballot in the party's leadership election at a polling station in Taipei on Saturday. Chu is the only candidate. Photo: AFP Eric Chu, Kuomintang vice-chairman, receives his ballot in the party's leadership election at a polling station in Taipei on Saturday. Chu is the only candidate. Photo: AFP
Eric Chu, Kuomintang vice-chairman, receives his ballot in the party's leadership election at a polling station in Taipei on Saturday. Chu is the only candidate. Photo: AFP
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