reign, Tsai Ing-wen's core personnel gradually job function email list formed, such as Lin Quan, Xiao Meiqin and Wu Zhaoxie. Lin Quan is neither a member of the Democratic Progressive Party nor has a high interest in party affairs or election affairs, but he not only oversees Tsai Ing-wen's policy white paper for presidential election in 2016, but is also Tsai Ing-wen's first cabinet, while Xiao Meiqin and Wu Zhaoxie are in Tsai Ing-wen also held important party and government positions during her presidency, and was deeply trusted by Tsai Ing-wen, which shows that political officials are the core of the British family. Lin Quan Photo Credit: Executive Yuan Inheritance:
The British system has absorbed the original justice connection, and the local "kings and horses" In 2008, the DPP handed over the ruling power after successive defeats in the legislature and presidential elections. Before that, the faction was also scarred by the dissolution of the faction. In the end, the factions elected Tsai Ing-wen, who was a political official, as the failed election. party chairman. Elections are the main work of political parties, so Tsai Ing-wen is bound to recruit talents with experience in electoral operations into her command.
This is also the backbone of the British family - former members of the Justice Link and local forces. On the one hand, the Justice Connection came to an end in name only after Chen Shui-bian stepped down and was riddled with lawsuits. Its members gradually joined the team of the new leader, Tsai Ing-wen (such as the then legislators Chen Qimai and Huang Weizhe). On the other hand, Tsai Ing-wen also attracted many local forces skilled in organizational warfare into the ranks of party affairs, and then became the backbone of the British family (such as Su Jiaquan, Chen Mingwen, Hong Yaofu and Huang Chengguo, etc.). These politicians who joined the British system after Tsai Ing-wen became the party leader are either