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|Other Titles:||Intra-party Factional Competition and the Fate of the Party Election: A Case Study of the Democratic Progressive Party|
DPP;Intra-party Faction;SNTV;Legislative Election;Candidate Selection Institution
|Issue Date:||2014-06-04 11:27:02 (UTC+8)|
The main purpose of this paper is to evaluate the effects of intra-party factional competition on the congressional elections. After discussing the changes in factional influence during the DPP's congressional candidature nomination process from 1986 to 2004, we conclude that factions have usually dominated the DPP's candidature nomination process in congressional elections since 1986. Also, the changes in the DPP candidate nomination process have been deeply driven by the changes in each faction's power struggles in the DPP's central administration. In addition, in the early 1990s there was a shift in the power structure of the DPP's central administration from polarization to diversification. Since early 1990s, this diverse power structure has also helped the DPP to overcome under-representation in the congressional elections.
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