Hong Kong-born voters face jail for taking ballots from polling place
Taipei, Nov. 26 (CNA) Three Hong Kong-born Taiwanese citizens are facing the prospect of a one-year prison sentence or a NT$15,000 fine for allegedly removing ballots from a polling place in New Taipei during nationwide elections for 11,023 local government officials.
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