According to this, there’s going to be another election assuming the sentence is upheld. This is different from the first article you linked, which is clear that because it’s “dangxuan” that’s being tossed… Huang would come in immediately as mayor.
Ruling cannot come from the district court. Must go to the high court. If high court upholds ruling, then there’s a by-election. So says a story that came across my desk an hour ago. I couldn’t be arsed checking to see if the translator was correct in writing “by-election.”
Roland explains all. I should’ve looked on the China Post too:
So this is why the election result is nullified. Roland’s quote (from TVBS) suggests Huang will be appointed mayor… I have no idea who has jurisdiction, but I’m guessing that won’t hold up. There will be a by-election assuming this is held up on appeal. Oh right, newest TVBS links confirm that’s the case, there would be a by-election.
My wife has been trying to explain this situation to me for the last 24 hours. I hope this thread will help with my figuring out WTF is happening.
Re:KaoShiung…remember…this is where Frank Hsiah came from…after he was hustled up to Taipei to separate him from the big construction/workers scandal down in K-town.
A lot of info on that was posted in a thread or two here on Forumosa.com.
[quote=“ccpcannonfodder”]“The DPP are very corrupt group and are about to lose power
in the ROC for next decade or so.”
-and if the KMT (certainly NOT a corrupt group) assume power
there won’t be a “ROC” in the next decade![/quote]
You honestly think the “ROC” moniker will survive another DPP administration?