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Thursday | The China Post

Kinmen magistrate questioned over KKL scandal

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Kuomintang Kinmen Magistrate Lee Wo-shih and his wife Su Feng-ying yesterday morning were summoned by the Kinmen District Prosecutors Office over their alleged involvement in a scandal involving Kinmen Kaoliang Liquor Inc. , Firich Enterprises Co.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

The China Post

Hsieh vows major constructions if voted Keelung chief

Potential Keelung mayoral candidate Hsieh Li-kung said yesterday that if the Kuomintang were to nominate him and if he wins the election, he will work on launching more major construction projects in the port city to drive local growth and development.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

The China Post

Fighting between pan-blues and greens is self-defeating

With the Taipei mayoral election fast approaching, the debates and arguments between the candidates are beginning to heat up.

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ETaiwanNews.com

KMT likely to pick former immigration chief for Keelung

Former National Immigration Agency Director-General Hsieh Li-kung was most likely to run for mayor of Keelung for the Kuomintang, reports said Tuesday.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

The China Post

Taiwan National Conference chair to lead Ko campaign

Former New Party Legislator and incumbent Taiwan National Conference Chairman Yao Li-ming yesterday was interviewed by local media for the first time since agreeing to act as independent Taipei mayoral candidate Ko Wen-je's campaign manager.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

The China Post

Group asks DPP not to freeze independence clause

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- A citizen group yesterday appealed for the Democratic Progressive Party not to freeze its "Taiwan Independence clause" and protested against any signs of the party's "Kuomintangization."

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The China Post

KMT, DPP open LINE accounts to attract younger generation of voters

Recognizing the importance of young voters in the year-end local government elections, the two major political parties have launched aggressive campaigns to win over Taiwanese youth, including the use of popular messaging and social media app LINE.

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The China Post

KMT's Lien dismisses 'influence of money' comment by former DPP Chairman Hsieh

Kuomintang candidate for Taipei mayor Sean Lien on Tuesday declined to respond to comments that he had a good chance of winning in November because of the "influence of money."

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Sun Jul 13, 2014

The China Post

Sean Lien puts on 'war shirt' at campaign rally

The Kuomintang's Taipei mayoral candidate Sean Lien yesterday made a great show of putting on the campaign vest he wore when he was shot four years ago, declaring his determination to run for the much-coveted position.

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Sat Jul 12, 2014

The China Post

Immigrants who contribute to Taiwan are Taiwanese: Ma

President Ma Ying-jeou said Saturday that all immigrants to Taiwan can be viewed as Taiwanese, regardless of when they arrived, once they are willing to contribute to the country.

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

The China Post

Lien Hui-hsin's prosecution deferred for one year

The Taipei District Prosecutors Office yesterday deferred prosecution of Kuomintang Taipei mayoral candidate Sean Lien's sister Lien Hui-hsin for one year, and ordered her to pay NT$6 million to the national treasury over alleged violations of the Pharmaceutical Affairs Act.

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The Age

China's rulers team up with notorious 'White Wolf' of Taiwan

Taipei: The Chinese Communist Party, which came to power promising to break the nexus between politics and crime, has teamed up with a notorious triad figure to help press its claims in Taiwan.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

The China Post

Huang to forge ahead despite KMT decision

Keelung Municipal Council Speaker Huang Ching-tai said yesterday that he will continue to run in the Keelung mayoral race, despite losing the Kuomintang's nomination.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

The China Post

KMT renews proposal for an extra legislative session

The ruling Kuomintang renewed Wednesday its proposal for the Legislative Yuan to hold a second extra session in order to review nominees to the Control Yuan before lawmakers go on recess.

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The China Post

Ma stresses importance of more flexible diplomacy

President Ma Ying-jeou stressed the importance of flexible diplomacy Wednesday during a briefing to the Central Standing Committee of the ruling Kuomintang on his recent trip to Panama and El Salvador.

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The China Post

KMT nixes Keelung mayoral nomination

The ruling Kuomintang yesterday retracted Keelung mayoral hopeful Huang Ching-tai's nomination to run for the position in the upcoming seven-in-one elections in its Central Standing Committee meeting.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

The China Post

The Kuomintang owes us an apology: DPP

The Democratic Progressive Party yesterday called for the Kuomintang to apologize for blackening the name and reputation of DPP Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen .

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ETaiwanNews.com

KMT considers replacing Keelung candidate

The ruling Kuomintang was considering replacing its embattled Keelung City mayoral candidate Huang Ching-tai, with former immigration chief Hsieh Li-kung emerging as a possibility, reports said Tuesday.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

The China Post

Chu up for re-election amid criticism from DPP

New Taipei City Mayor Eric Chu yesterday officially completed his application as the Kuomintang candidate for New Taipei City Mayor amid criticism from the opposition Democratic Progressive Party .

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The China Post

Time to scrap the Control and Examination Yuan

The Legislative Yuan closed its extraordinary session last Friday without confirming President Ma Ying-jeou's nomination of a new 29-member Control Yuan, thanks to the "technical" opposition put up by the Democratic Progressive Party on the floor.

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