How long will the secret service/security/Guo An Ju agents accompany ex-candidates?

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How long will the secret service/security/Guo An Ju agents accompany ex-candidates?

Postby fh2000 » 16 Jan 2012, 15:17

I saw a new clip and see Tsai is still accompanied by the agents. How long do they stay with the ex-candidates now that the election is over?
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Re: How long will the secret service/security/Guo An Ju agents accompany ex-candidates?

Postby Icon » 16 Jan 2012, 15:38

Possibly her own party's. The official commitment was until election day.
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