Ko's Camp to Help Gou Collect Signatures|柯文哲陣營表態 全力幫郭台銘衝刺連署
Foxconn Group founder Terry Gou has withdrawn from the Kuomintang, and there are rumors he is set to launch a presidential bid. Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je's camp appears to be willing to assist Gou in collecting the signatures required for a presidential bid, and an alliance between Gou, Ko, and former Legislative Speaker Wang Jin-pyng could materialize shortly. However, there are also reports that Gou and Ko have marginalized Wang and the latter intends to seek the nomination of the People First Party to realize his presidential aspirations.
Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je spent the morning of the Mid-Autumn Festival worshipping at a temple in New Taipei City. Foxconn Group founder Terry Gou withdrew from the Kuomintang on Sept. 12 and may launch a presidential bid shortly. Ko said he will help Gou in his presidential bid.
(Are you willing to don a vest and collect signatures for him at convenience stores?) I don't need to, I'll just fill in one for him. I always say to let nature take its course, and that means we'll wait until he formally announces he is running or registers to take care of matters.
We are currently assessing whether we can transfer (signature collection points) to Chairperson Gou.
Ko's camp said it will go all out to help Gou collect signatures, which is a sign that an alliance between Gou, Ko, and former Legislative Speaker Wang Jin-pyng may materialize. However, there are also reports that Ko and Gou have pushed aside Wang, and Wang is so discontent at being marginalized that he ran to the People First Party to seek its presidential nomination.
Wang Jin-pyng remains a very important… let me tell you, I don't think there is anyone else with more political connections than him in the Taiwan of today. No one has said he is definitely going to do this, so why would you create difficulties for yourself and others?
Ko was accompanied by Feng Chia University assistant professor Kimyung Keng and Democratic Progressive Party member and Taipei City Government adviser Chang Hsing-sung during his Mid-Autumn Festival temple visit. Both are expected to join Ko's Taiwan People's Party and seek legislative seats. The appearance of the three together was compared to a mother hen guiding her chicks.
Everyone is just out here together today, there's nothing more to it. We already spoke with them and they are willing to run. The Taiwan People's Party has not yet been formally established because there is a process that must be followed.
Ko said the party has not yet been established, and its platform has not yet been decided. However, he has already consulted with many people about running as representatives of the party. There are still two months before registration begins, and the party will not limit itself to only nominating 10 legislative candidates or only to Taipei City seats.
台北市長 柯文哲表示：「（你有意願穿著那個背心，在便利商店幫忙連署？) 我，不用啦，我幫他填一張就好，我每次說順其自然是什麼意思，就是說，你也等人家，等他真的宣布他要參選，或是去登記了，我們再處理。」
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