By: Ko Lin, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
The Democratic Progressive Party vows to seek reform if it wins a majority in the
legislature next January, the party’s presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen said late Saturday evening.
Tsai assured supporters during a campaign rally in Pingtung that she will move straight ahead with her proposed reforms on February 1 after the transition of legislative power on January 16.
“It is time to stand united,” she said, appealing to the public for support as the party has never won a legislative seat in Pingtung before.
Tsai received a warm welcome from a cheering crowd at the party’s electoral office in southern Taiwan, accompanied by DPP legislative candidates Chung Chia-pin, Su Chen-ching and Chuang Ruei-hsiung. [FULL STORY]