Taiwan’s Tsai Headed For Lame Duck Status in Local Elections
But that won’t matter much for the time being
By: Jens Kastner
Taiwan on November 26 is to hold elections for hundreds of city, country, and township positions, with surprisingly little at stake for a government seemingly under constant threat from an increasingly belligerent opponent across the Taiwan Strait.
The opposition Kuomintang (KMT) is expected to outperform the ruling Democratic Progressive…
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