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Jan 16, 2009

Advanced ideas become DPP's priority: Tsai

From Taiwan News:

The opposition Democratic Progressive Party's (DPP) priority for 2009 is to rethink its basic policies and offer more advanced ideas, chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen said in an online interview yesterday.

The party had already succeeded in reducing internal rivalry between its factions, Tsai told Yahoo Kimo, noting that peace and harmony reigned within the DPP.

She said she wanted to give the party a more balanced membership. In the past, the DPP has had the image of being close to the grassroots, and strong in Southern Taiwan, but people have forgotten that its origin lies with the urban middle class, Tsai said. "We hope we can create a new balanced image," she said.

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