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Taiwan’s local elections seen as midterm report card for President Tsai Ing-wen | Video

Taiwan's local elections take place on Nov 24. More than 19 million eligible voters are set to elect officials for 11,000 jobs in local government. The polls are widely seen as a prelude to the presidential election in 2020, and one of the key places to watch is Kaohsiung. Victoria Jen reports

Taiwan’s local elections seen as midterm report card for President Tsai Ing-wen | Video

24 Nov 2018 02:27am
Taiwan's local elections take place on Nov 24. More than 19 million eligible voters are set to elect officials for 11,000 jobs in local government. The polls are widely seen as a prelude to the presidential election in 2020, and one of the key places to watch is Kaohsiung. Victoria Jen reports

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