Taiwan's Eric Chu needs a miracle to win 2024 for pro-mainland China opposition

  • Chu elected leader of the more mainland China-leaning opposition party Kuomintang; a moderate compared to loser Chang

  • Next general election in 2024 and incumbent Taiwan-nationalist President Tsai Ing-wen cannot stand (two-term limit)

  • Chu may be Kuomintang's most competitive candidate, but to win he needs a bigger reversal than any seen in last 20 years
September 27th, 2021
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