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Taiwanese media remind South Korean Yu to be careful: there are two variables at the last minute or drag on elections

来源:中国台湾网 08:50:00, December 29, 2019 Source: China Taiwan Net

South Korea's Yu is bullish (Image Source: Taiwan "China Times")

China Taiwan Net, December 29. According to Taiwan's "China Times News" report, the 2020 Taiwan elections are nearing, China and Taiwan support the KMT candidate Korea Yu's momentum party will also debut in Taichung City today. He is very strong. Some commentators believe that the post-Korean trend is bullish, not that there is no chance of winning the election, but the two variables of "intra-party noise and integration gap" are likely to drag down the election situation.

South Korea ’s itinerary is full today. Not only will there be a TV debate in the afternoon, but it will also attend the “South Korea ’s Yuda Taichung Winning Party” in the evening. Huang Jianhao, spokesman for the headquarters of the campaign in Taichung City, South Korea, also emphasized that from Hsinchu County to Chiayi City, 7 heads of Lanying County and 9 county and city “legislative committee” candidates will all attend to support South Korea ’s Yu.

According to the China National Press Agency, after the announcement of South Korea ’s election, not only was it chased down by the Green Camp, but it also struggled because of competition within the party. Now it ’s quite bullish and not easy. The commentary believes that South Korea ’s Yuchai field is full. Because the people ’s minds have changed, the post-Korea trend is bullish, and it is not that there is no chance of victory. However, South Korea ’s election may still be weighed down by party noise and integration gaps, and the Korean camp must still be careful. (China Taiwan Net Yang Xuan)

[Responsible editor: Yang Xuan]

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