Taiwan
Third-placed Taiwan People's Party takes cautious route on China

TPP leader Ko Wen-je and his wife Chen Pei-chi at a polling station on the day of the Taiwan presidential election, 13 January 2024.
TPP leader Ko Wen-je and his wife Chen Pei-chi at a polling station on the day of the Taiwan presidential election, 13 January 2024. © Alex Chan Tsz Yuk/SOPA Images/Sipa USA/Reuters
The head of the Taiwan People's Party, which won eight seats in parliament, is trying to maintain his position as potential kingmaker of the new government while taking a more pragmatic stance on China than the country's two historic parties. [...]
Published on 29.01.2024 at 04:00 GMT Reading time 2 minutes

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