Johnny Chiang (江啟臣; Jiāng Qǐchén; born 2 March 1972) is a politician in Taiwan (Republic of China). He is currently the member of Legislative Yuan since 1 February 2012, the Minority Leader of the Legislative Yuan since 14 June 2018 and Chairperson of Kuomintang since 9 March 2020.
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- If I am elected (as the Kuomintang) party chairperson, the necessary discussion or debate are things that should be done. Every proposition, if I am the party chairperson, I would need to respect. The most important thing is to be able to form a consensus after discussions. The role of the party chair is to serve as a platform for how to let this project of reforming and transforming (Kuomintang) run smoothly.
- Johnny Chiang (2020) cited in "Johnny Chiang registers for KMT chair election" on Taipei Times, 4 February 2020.
- Kuomintang is an inclusive political party, and different opinions can be discussed.
- Johnny Chiang (2020) cited in "KMT warns Tsai, weighs more anti-US pork protest" on Taipei Times, 30 November 2020.
- History (white terror in Taiwan) cannot be forgotten. There is no history that cannot be declassified, no truth that cannot be revealed.
- Johnny Chiang (2020) cited in "KMT’s Chiang visits human rights park" on Taipei Times, 11 December 2020.