By: Matthew Strong, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
Tsai won a landslide victory in last Saturday’s elections, winning 56 percent of the vote while her Democratic Progressive Party won 68 seats out of 113 at the Legislative Yuan.
Ko was asked about his relations with Tsai Tuesday as he had not been seen in public for two days after the elections.
The outspoken mayor said he had suffered from a cold, but a representative of Tsai’s camp had been in touch with him since the election. He expressed the hope that a hotline could be established between him and the new president, as he was willing to cooperate with her. [FULL STORY]