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Taiwan’s China-sceptic ruling party to elect new head


Taipei: Taiwan’s ruling party has began electing a new chairman – a post vacated by President Tsai Ing-wen after a recent electoral mauling – in a vote closely watched by China and the United States.

Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) won a 2016 landslide, sweeping away a government that had built much closer ties to China over the previous decade.

Politics , taiwan

   

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