The party needs a stronger DPP as much as the Taiwanese people do. It is not enough to merely “stand on the same side as the public.” The DPP needs to lead the way in safeguarding democratic values, civic rights and people’s livelihoods first, and let the public decide if it will win the 2016 election.
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