Taiwan’s first female candidate for president, Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), explains her ideas for putting cross strait relations on a multilateral basis, and about Taiwan’s trade relations with China.
After winning the DPP’s primaries, Tsai’s candidacy was confirmed on 27 April, 2011. Taiwan’s elections for President and Parliament are scheduled for 14 January, 2012.
On 23 April, 2011, Tsai met members of Taiwan’s international community to talk about her policy plans.
“A new generation of cross-strait relations”
“No exceptions for China”
“We need judicial reform”
Tsai will be running against incumbent President Ma Ying-jeou (KMT), who has also given English press conferences in the past.
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