Who elects Yilan legislator?

The 9-member group of the KMT's Yixian Party Headquarters met for the first time, but there was still no conclusion.

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[Reporter You Mingjin/Report from Yilan] The nine-member group of the Yilan County Party Headquarters of the Kuomintang held its first meeting last night, hoping to find suitable candidates and report to the Party Central Committee for recruitment to represent the Kuomintang in the election of legislators. dilemma.

However, Zhang Jianrong, the chairman of the party department, said that the conclusion last night still hopes that everyone will continue to look for candidates. Although there are some big "cookies" mentioned, there are still big problems to be overcome, which cannot be exposed now.

The Yixian Party Branch of the KMT decided not to go through primary election registration for the nomination of legislators, and set up a "nine-member group" to find suitable candidates. Li Dewang, chairman of the Ministry, Zhang Shengde, speaker, Lin Yigang, secretary of the parliamentary party group, Li Qinglin, former secretary general, Yang Jixiong, former legislator, and Lin Jianrong, former deputy county magistrate.

County councilors Lin Yuexian and Huang Tingting, and county magistrate Lin Zimiao’s daughter Lin Yiling were all named to run for election before, but all three expressed their unwillingness to run. Former county magistrate Lu Guohua said that if young people were not elected, he would take responsibility for the election.

Lin Yigang said that the meeting last night only determined the nomination method. Some popular candidates mentioned in the newspaper, everyone had a "lecture" chat. It was just a pure exchange of opinions and no specific conclusion on the candidates.

Speaker Zhang Shengde said that it was his first time to participate in politics. He just came to study and listen to the advanced opinions of his predecessors.

In the end, Zhang Jianrong asked everyone to go back and think again, and discuss candidates at the next meeting. As long as the nine-member group agrees, they will report to the Party Central Committee for recruitment. ) and confirm it before releasing it to the public.