Registration for Taiwan’s central election opened today, and the People’s First Party is expected to register for 10 seats to run in the non-district legislative election. What has attracted the most attention is that Party Chairman James Soong once said that he would not participate in the war, but now the situation has changed. People’s Party spokesman Hu Wenqi said that the political and economic situation is chaotic, and party insiders hope that James Soong may participate in the war as a government monitoring force. However, the decision has not been finalized yet and is still under discussion. Hopefully the answer will come in the next two days.
Hu Wenqi said that the political situation is constantly changing, and the blue and white alliance is moving forward. As a supervisory party, the People’s First Party should make flexible adjustments. James Soong once said that as an experienced driver, people with problem-solving skills should be able to take immediate action when the situation changes.
Hu Wenqi said that after discussions within the party, important people are already trying to persuade James Soong to be included in the non-district list. However, the discussions are still on and the results are expected within a day or two.
Song Wenqi pointed out that if Soong Chuyu is indeed ranked in the non-district, we have to consider whether Soong should be ranked first or placed on the sidelines of the reserved list in order to press for votes. Since each has its own advantages and disadvantages, everyone needs to brainstorm and discuss. The People’s First Party will not belittle itself, but it is not too ambitious. This time the number of people registered for the non-district list should be around 10.