As Taiwan’s KMT votes for new chairman, a moment of cross-strait reckoning

Published Sep 25 2021 at 5:26 AM GMT
  • All hopes of Taiwan’s main opposition party are riding on their new leader, as members vote to elect a new chairman who could help steer the century-old group back to power in 2024.
  • Billed as a vote between the Chinese Nationalist Party and the “Taiwan Nationalist Party”, the results of today’s election for Kuomintang chairman may also decide whether the KMT would return to its old China-centric ideology or adhere to a relatively more Taiwan-centric position.



  • Published Sep 25, 2021 5:26 AM GMT