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Chairperson  Tsai Ing-wen
Succeeded by  Wu Nai-ren
Preceded by  Wu Nai-ren
Preceded by  Lee Chin-lung

Chairperson  Tsai Ing-wen
Name  Su Chia-chyuan
Preceded by  Wu Nai-ren
Role  Politician
Su Chia-chyuan
Party  Democratic Progressive Party
Education  National Sun Yat-sen University, National Taiwan Ocean University
Similar People  Tsai Ing‑wen, Yu Shyi‑kun, Chen Ming‑wen, Wang Jin‑pyng

Su Chia-chyuan (Chinese: 蘇嘉全; pinyin: Sū Jiāquán; born 22 October 1956) is a Taiwanese politician of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

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As the first non-Kuomintang President of the Legislative Yuan, Su is an at-large legislator and previously Commissioner of Pingtung County, and held national posts as Minister of the Interior and Minister of Agriculture under President Chen Shui-bian's administration.

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2010 Taichung City Mayoralty election

In 2010 he narrowly lost to Jason Hu in the election for Mayor of Taichung.

2012 Republic of China Presidential election

Su was the vice-presidential candidate on the losing DPP ticket for the 2012 Presidential election.

2016 elections

In 2016 legislative elections Su placed on the proportional representation ballot, and won a seat in the Legislative Yuan.

Su was elected the eleventh President of the Legislative Yuan on 1 February 2016, when the members of the ninth Legislative Yuan met for the first time. Su became the first DPP speaker in the Legislative Yuan.

Controversy

Su was impeached by the Control Yuan on 3 September 2012, for illegally constructing a luxury farmhouse on agricultural land without engaging in any agriculture. Su's villa, built on agricultural land, was a controversial issue in the 2012 presidential elections.

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Su Chia-chyuan Wikipedia


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