PFP ‘challenges’ KMT with nominations

Taipei Times
Date:  Jul 13, 2015
By: Shih Hsiao-kuang and Chen Yan-ting  /  Staff reporters

Pundits have predicted possible infighting within the pan-blue camp in the run-up to next year’s legislative elections after news recently surfaced that the People First Party (PFP) rejected a proposal made by the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) to collaborate in the nomination of candidates.

The PFP is a KMT splinter group that formed after the 2000 presidential election.

The first batch of legislative candidates announced by the PFP earlier this month includes PFP Deputy Secretary-General Liu Wen-hsiung (劉文雄), who plans to run in Keelung, and Taipei City Councilor Vivian Huang (黃珊珊), who is eyeing Taipei’s Nangang/Neihu (南港/內湖) constituency.     [FULL  STORY]

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