ELECTIONS 2022/Election campaigns around Taiwan, Nov. 23
Taipei, Nov. 23 (CNA) Candidates in the upcoming local government elections continued to campaign Wednesday, visiting temples and markets, meeting and shaking hands with voters, in an effort to encourage their supporters to go to the polls, before all campaigns are required by law to conclude at midnight Friday.
Here are some of the highlights from the campaign trail on Wednesday.
Taipei, New Taipei
- New Power Party mired in internal friction after election defeatThe New Power Party (NPP), the smallest of four political parties with seats in the Legislature, is facing serious internal dissent and a threat to its future survival after ...11/28/2022 09:40 PM
- After election losses, DPP vows to engage in introspectionThe ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) said its poor showing in the local government elections on Saturday were indicative of public opinion and would prompt some ...11/27/2022 09:31 PM
- Academics weigh in on failure of referendum to lower voting ageFollowing the failure of a referendum that would have lowered the voting age in Taiwan from 20 to 18, academics on Sunday sought to explain why the attempt to amend the Republic ...11/27/2022 08:15 PM
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Former premier reportedly to fly to China for Cross-Strait CEO summit11/28/2022 08:30 PM
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