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Taiwan’s smaller parties make their presence known ahead of legislative polls | Video

In less than a month, voters in Taiwan will elect a new president. On Jan 11, 2020, legislative elections will also be held. Political observers say smaller parties stand a better chance this time to break the political duopoly by China-friendly Kuomintang and pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party. Victoria Jen reports.

Taiwan’s smaller parties make their presence known ahead of legislative polls | Video

17 Dec 2019 01:08am
In less than a month, voters in Taiwan will elect a new president. On Jan 11, 2020, legislative elections will also be held. Political observers say smaller parties stand a better chance this time to break the political duopoly by China-friendly Kuomintang and pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party. Victoria Jen reports.

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