Political Center/Reported by Lin Jing and Ye Chunhao in Taipei
On the first day of registration for the president and legislators in 2024, seven candidates for non-district legislators from the Foundation Progressive Party, led by party chairman Wang Xinghuan, registered at the central election meeting. The votes of political parties that affect the seats of non-district legislators must reach the 5% threshold before they can be allocated to the seats of non-district legislators. This time, the Basic Progressive Party hopes to get at least 5%, with a target of 8%, and hopes to win 1 million votes.
On the first day of registration for the 2024 Legislative Election, the Chairman of the Foundation for Progress took the party’s nominees for the non-district legislators to the Central Election Commission to register early in the morning.
Wang Xinghuan, Chairman of the Foundation Progressive Party: “We have introduced seven candidates to the Congress. We must use three major political platforms to achieve three major goals. The first of the three major political platforms is to resist China and protect Taiwan. We must promote the agency law and implement it. Transformational justice, and the third focus is on the future of young people.”
Chen Yiqi, candidate for the Liberal Liberal Legislative Council, said: “In the next Congress, Han Kuo-yu is about to enter the Congress, and Hsieh Lung-jie is about to enter the Congress. We are fighting against the chaotic team. We must have an opposition party that is loyal to Taiwan’s interests.”
Emphasizing resistance to China and Taiwan and transitional justice are the top goals of the Christian Progressive Party when it enters Congress in the future. The Foundation’s list of candidates for non-regional legislators this time includes, in order, Shi Weizhu, professor of the French Department of the National Central University, Chen Yiqi, chairman of the founding party of the Foundation, lawyer Huang Fengru, former spokesperson Yang Peihua, “Program Daddy” founder Xu Xuanbo and other co-workers. seven. Party votes must exceed 3% to receive party subsidies and 5% to allocate seats. The party chairman also claims to exceed 8%.
Wang Xinghuan, chairman of the Foundation for Progressive Party: “Voters who want to support transformational justice and have expectations for new politics (do not believe) will be less than 1 million in Taiwan, so this time Taiwan’s Foundation for Progress basically aims at 1 million votes. Above 8% is the target.”
“Legislation to arrest communist spies has entered Congress.”
Standing in front of two fat red trucks, the Party will drive around Taiwan to promote and boost its momentum before voting day next year. However, outsiders predict that with the general environment unfavorable to the pan-green camp, it will be even more difficult for small parties to survive. Without Huang Guochang’s power of the times, this time’s non-district list includes a total of 8 seats, including former Taichung City Vice Mayor Lin Yiying, former Miaoli County Councilor Song Guoding, etc. Party Chairman Wang Wanyu even called out the goal of “guaranteing 5 and fighting for 8 seats.” What was the result? Just wait until January 13th next year.
Original source: Resist China, protect Taiwan, transform for justice, and Taiwan’s foundation registration will not be divided into divisions!Shouted and got over one million votes
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