By: Chi Jo-yao
Indonesians in Taiwan could vote for their president, vice president and members of the People’s Consultative Assembly in the general election from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. at 34 polling stations set up across the island.
Outside the polling station in front of an Indonesian grocery store on Beiping West Road, close to Taipei Main Station, there was a 100-meter line of voters waiting early Sunday when the polling station opened, according to a local restaurant worker.
Mariana Gultom, a staff member of the Indonesian Economic and Trade Office to Taipei (IETO) in charge of the polling station, said the number of voters showing up was higher than expected. [FULL STORY]