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Hung won the presidential primary of the Kuomintang in Taiwan

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Vice President of the Legislative Yuan, Hung Hsiu-chu, exceeded the threshold of KMT presidential primaries surveys average pass rate of 46.2 percent

Vice President of the Legislative Yuan, Hung Hsiu-chu, exceeded the threshold of 30 percent of primary Kuomintang (KMT) ruling party, held in the Republic of China presidential polls.

Addressing those present after the results, Hung said political opinions, ethics and age are important factors to consider when you need to choose a mate for presidential elections payroll.

Hung, 67 years old, said he hoped his fellow race is younger than she, and have the same political views, impeccable work ethic and a background that can complement with hers.

Hung exceeded the threshold of presidential primaries encuestras KMT with average pass rate of 46.2 percent; with what qualifies to be nominated as presidential candidate of the ruling party in the upcoming presidential elections in January 2016.

The polls were organized by consulting firms and Statinc Trendgo and local newspaper United Daily News. Each of the three organizations collected more than 1,200 valid samples for their respective polling.

It is scheduled that the KMT convene a national convention on July 19 to determine the presidential nomination. In this regard, Hung said it will continue to campaign to win more supporters among those who are not very familiar with his political views.

Local political analysts say his idealistic personality, clear vision of national development and proposal of signing a peace agreement with mainland China, are positive aspects that have favored his campaign.

source: http://taiwantoday.tw/

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