Taiwan unified local elections, votes for its own leadership = President | Reuters

On November 24, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen announced that the unified local elections, which will be held on the weekend of November 26, will be a vote on her leadership and her commitment to “Watch” Taiwan and ensure peace with China declared to occupy it. FILE PHOTO: Taipei, Taiwan October 2022. REUTERS/Ann Wang

[台北 24日 ロイター] -Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Thursday described the unified local elections, which will be held on the weekend of the 26th, as a vote on her leadership and her commitment to “Watch” Taiwan and ensure peace with China. He said there was

In a video message, he pointed out that voting for the ruling Democratic Party candidate is the same as voting for himself. “I also work very conscientiously and responsibly to ensure that Taiwan has a firm foothold internationally, and I am committed to maintaining peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait,” he said.

On the other hand, the largest opposition party, the Kuomintang, which has traditionally emphasized close ties with China, claims that its own party is also committed to protecting Taiwan’s democracy and freedom, criticizing that

Kuomintang veteran Ma Ying-jeou wrote on his Facebook page on Thursday that voting for the DPP promises war, while supporting the KMT promises peace.

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