So what should happen to the DPP in the next two years? No one seems to have an idea. The KMT’s failed governance certainly boosts the pan-green camp’s hope of winning back power. However, if the DPP’s competition does not stop, further alienation of the party from its support could spell another loss for the party and the people of Taiwan, who deserve a better administration and a better life.
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