Hostesses apply to join KMT en masse

DAMAGE:While chairperson candidates Hau Lung-bin and Steve Chan criticized the spate of mass membership applications, Hu Wen-chi said: ‘All professions are equal’

Taipei Times
Date: Feb 16, 2017
By: Chen Wei-han / Staff reporter

With the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) still reeling from a report alleging 307

Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Vice Chairman Hau Lung-bin yesterday in Taipei speaks to a group of retired generals at the launch of a support group for his bid to be party chairperson. Photo: Fang Pin-chao, Taipei Times

membership applicants had backgrounds in organized crime, it was hit with a fresh blow yesterday, as local media outlets reported that it had received a bulk application from hostesses who work at a Taichung nightclub.

An unidentified KMT official had sought to influence the results of the party’s election for KMT chairperson by securing memberships for hostesses of a major nightclub in Taichung, local media outlets reported.

The KMT said that applicants from all walks of life are welcome to join the party as long as the application is submitted in accordance with the party’s regulations.

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