Taiwan's premier set to resign following defeat

May 12, 2007 07:13

Taiwanese Premier Su Tseng-chang on Saturday said he will resign, days after his rival won a primary to become the ruling party's presidential candidate. Su heads the Cabinet and is responsible for winning legislative support of key government policies. "This will be President Chen Shui-bian's last year in office and he may want to make changes to cope with the new situation," Su told a news conference. "I'm willing to cooperate, and have reported this to him. He also gave his initial approval," he said.

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