Date: Jan 21, 2016
By: Staff writer, with CNA
Some members of the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) have suggested that the party relocate its power center out of the capital, and that to do so, the party should move its headquarters from Taipei to Taichung.
The KMT has to stop seeing the world from Taipei, the KMT’s Taichung City Council caucus said yesterday, while calling for party reforms.
The Republic of China’s oldest political party suffered its biggest defeat since 1949, when it lost the Chinese Civil War and was forced to relocate to Taiwan, in Saturday’s presidential and legislative elections.
Not only did the KMT lose the presidency, but also its long-held legislative majority. [FULL STORY]