KMT interim chairman's call for age limit draws opposition
Taipei, Jan. 20 (CNA) A call by interim Kuomintang (KMT) Chairman Lin Rong-te (林榮德) for members of the party's main decision-making committee older than 60 to resign has drawn criticism from some committee members who feel the body should consist of people of all ages.
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