The "British faction" is currently the most important faction of the DPP, but its leader, President Tsai Ing-wen, is the youngest among the leaders of all factions. However, it was she who led the DPP to return to power for the second time, and for the first time held both the central government and the parliamentary majority, which also made the British faction the leading faction in the shortest possible time. The British faction is different from other factions mainly based on elected representatives of public opinion. It is composed of political officials and young people engaged in social movements. It is this atypical faction that has dominated the DPP's two major victories in 2016 and 2020.
However, as the so-called one emperor and one courtier, the British faction currently relies on the ruling advantage, and may face the challenge of leaving the government with the expiration of Tsai Ing-wen's term. Just like the "Justice Line" in Chen Photo Retouching Shui-bian's time, it dissipated when Chen Shui-bian was entangled in lawsuits after he left office. Before discussing the future of the British Department, this article will sort out the development of the British Department through the four stages of "starting, inheriting, transferring, and integrating", and finally discussing the opportunities and challenges of the British Department.
From: The New Generation of the DPP - Administrative Officer Although Tsai Ing-wen was invited by Chen Shui-bian to serve as the chairman of the Mainland Affairs Council after the party was rotated in 2000, she began to attract attention in the political arena, but it was not until 2004 that Tsai Ing-wen joined the Democratic Progressive Party in order to be included in the list of non-divisional legislators of the DPP. Enter the party. In other words, compared with most of the DPP figures who have been in politics since outside the party, Tsai Ing-wen appears to be quite inexperienced within the party, but her fortune represents the rise of a new generation of the DPP - Generations of government officials.