Former Premier Accuses Tsai Camp of Lying as Primary Turns Nasty

Poster:Post date:2019-05-21
Issue:(Taiwan Party Politics and Domestic Issues)
(CNA, By Wen Kuei-hsiang, Chen Ja-fo and Chung Yu-chen) Former Premier Lai Ching-te stated that he did not tell President Tsai Ing-wen that he would not run for the presidency. Lai also urged for a clean primary as failure to do so will cause party disunity and divisions in society. Lai further stated that he has no intentions to quit and is willing to meet with Tsai for party unity. <Accessed 2019-05-22>  
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