Supporters of the Kuomintang’s presidential candidate at an election rally in Taipei on January 9, 2020. The party votes in a new chairman on Saturday. Photo: Reuters
Supporters of the Kuomintang’s presidential candidate at an election rally in Taipei on January 9, 2020. The party votes in a new chairman on Saturday. Photo: Reuters
Taiwan

Taiwan: will dark horse pushing cross-strait union upend two-way race for KMT chair?

  • Chang Ya-chung, 66, has won over ‘deep blue’ Kuomintang members with his hardline pro-unification stance and scorn for Taiwan-centric rivals
  • As Chang also pulls ahead in opinion polls, the question remains whether he would make a viable presidential candidate were he to become KMT chief

Topic |   Taiwan
Supporters of the Kuomintang’s presidential candidate at an election rally in Taipei on January 9, 2020. The party votes in a new chairman on Saturday. Photo: Reuters
Supporters of the Kuomintang’s presidential candidate at an election rally in Taipei on January 9, 2020. The party votes in a new chairman on Saturday. Photo: Reuters
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