KMT ends election strategy panel operations amid controversy
Taipei, March 18 (CNA) The Kuomintang (KMT), the largest opposition party in Taiwan, on Saturday announced it has terminated an election strategy panel set up earlier in the week to recommend candidates for the presidential and legislative elections in 2024, after an internal outcry against some of its members who were previously embroiled in corruption scandals.
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