Popular Party presidential candidate Ke Wenzhe attended a youth forum today (15th). Citizen groups asked: Ke Wenzhe once said he hated mosquitoes, cockroaches and the Kuomintang the most, but he decided to cooperate with the Kuomintang. Who has changed? Ke Wenzhe said that the answer to this question is that he hates the DPP more. Ke Wenzhe emphasized that as a family member of the 228 Movement, of course he does not like the KMT, but what is even more sad is that the DPP has fallen so fast, and he will continue to stare at the KMT in the future. “No one is looking at him for corruption.”
After Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Lai Qingde attended the “2024 Presidential Election Youth Forum” hosted by NOWnews in the morning, People’s Party presidential candidate Ko Wenzhe also attended the meeting in the afternoon after the Blue and White parties negotiated an agreement and accepted questions from citizen groups and students on site. .
Ke Wenzhe was asked by “Legal Vernacular” that he once said that the three things he hates most in his life are mosquitoes, cockroaches, and the Kuomintang. Now it has decided to cooperate with the Kuomintang. Has the Kuomintang changed? Or has Ke Wenzhe changed?
Ke Wenzhe said that there is an answer to this question, which is that he hates the DPP even more. Ke Wenzhe emphasized that as a member of the 228 Movement, of course he did not like the Kuomintang, but he was even more saddened by the rapid decline of the DPP. Ke Wenzhe emphasized that in the future, he will continue to keep a close eye on the Kuomintang to avoid corruption. He said: “(Original sound) Let me tell you, this is the case. As a member of the “228” family, of course I don’t like the Kuomintang; but to be honest, I am also quite sad. How could the DPP degenerate so quickly? But let me tell you, don’t worry, I will keep an eye on the Kuomintang. If no one keeps an eye on him, he will still be corrupt. 』
Ko Wenzhe emphasized that wars have broken out in Ukraine and the Israel-Kazakhstan conflict, and Taiwan is also facing a very high risk of war. It is foreseeable that the upcoming meeting with Xi Jinping will definitely discuss the Taiwan issue. Taiwanese society should move away from the bipolar confrontation between unification and independence and blue and green. He also reiterated, “Believe in the system, not individuals.”
Students also asked, if a coalition government is formed in the future, how will the differences with the Kuomintang be resolved? Ko Wenzhe responded that there will definitely be quarrels in the future, but Taiwanese society must begin to learn to tolerate different voices.
In his speech, Ko Wenzhe also talked about Taiwan’s economic difficulties, and pointed out that the biggest problem is “failure of industrial upgrading”, and there are only three ways to upgrade industry, including “continuing to develop the ICD industry”, “upgrading traditional industries” and “new innovation”. industry,” and an environment that allows failure should be established instead of just focusing on “success rate.”
As for whether he supports the formulation of a Youth Basic Law, Ko Wenzhe believes that in order to formulate a law, we must first answer what the goal is, establish the goal first, and then discuss strategies. As for 18-year-old citizenship, Ke Wenzhe emphasized that most countries in the world allow 18-year-olds to vote, and there is no reason why Taiwan cannot. However, since in reality the country cannot be changed overnight, initiatives must be continued in the future.