Sun, Dec 12, 2004 - Page 5 News List

Slight shifts in political geography

The pan-green camp failed to build on its 2001 victories, and even lost a few seats

By Chiu Yu-Tzu  /  STAFF REPORTER

In Hualien County, DPP Legislator Lu Po-chi (盧博基) and PFP Legislator Fu Kun-chi (傅崑萁) each won a seat, continuing the balance of power at local level.

In offshore counties, independents and other candidates did well. Penghu County's sole seat was won by Lin Ping-kun (林炳坤) of the Non-Partisan Solidarity Union (NPSU). In Kinmen County, New Party Legislator Wu Cheng-tien (吳成典) kept his job. In Lienchiang County -- Matsu -- independent Chao Erh-chung (曹爾忠), a former three-term lawmaker, won.

Four Aboriginal candidates were elected in plains townships. The DPP's Chen Ying (陳瑩) became the first directly elected Aboriginal legislator. Two KMT candidates and a PFP member won. The four mountain township seats were won by two KMT candidates, one PFP member and an independent candidate.

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