By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen told a fan
club meeting Sunday that reforms will begin once she gets elected.
Tsai said that with some 30 days away from the voting day, the DPP wishes to use the best policies and best teams to let all people in Taiwan know that she is the best choice.
After the DPP’s defeat in 2008, the party has got back on its feet, ruling 13 counties and municipalities with good results, Tsai said.
Tsai then touched on her plans on political, social and industrial reforms in Taiwan. She said that she has 5 plans for political reforms to make Taiwan’s politics freer from corruption, more efficient and better able to unite people in Taiwan. [FULL STORY]