Sun, Nov 11, 2007 - Page 3 News List

Lee confident about TSU future

'EXTINGUISHING' The former president said the pro-localization movement would be stronger if the DPP chose to cooperate with the TSU rather than seek to go it alone

By Shih Hsiu-chuan and Ko Shu-ling  /  STAFF REPORTERS

Meanwhile, Liu Kun-li (劉坤鱧), former department director of the "anti-Chen campaign," said yesterday that he helps TSU Chairman Huang Kun-huei (黃昆輝) assessing the TSU's electoral campaign, but that he is not a TSU member and that he does not work for the party.

"I do not think there is anything wrong with my background or what I did for the TSU," Liu said. "I helped Huang because I support former president Lee's policies."

Liu has been accused by David Huang, among others who recently left the TSU, of sending an e-mail in August on the "destroy the pan-green plan" to TSU spokeswoman Chou Mei-li (周美里).

He said Hsu Lung-chun (許龍俊) introduced him to Huang.

In addition to his job as a dentist, Hsu is also the former head of the DPP's Yunlin Headquarters, a former National Assembly member and a former Cabinet advisor.

"It's nothing like what some people are saying, that Liu was recommended by TSU Legislator Lai Shin-yuan (賴幸媛)," Hsu said.

Hsu said Liu was good at analyzing elections and poll results and that this was why he had introduced him to Huang.

Additional reporting by Staff writer

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