US, Japan, EU watch Taiwan presidential election as voters face ‘5 loathes’

Taiwanese voters are torn between ‘5 loathes’

Taiwan News
Date: 2019/11/20
By: Pin Min Ming, Taiwan News, Contributing Writer

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In the 2020 elections, the people of Taiwan will choose their president, vice president, and legislators, in other words the politicians which will manage important national affairs in the country.

Taiwan has been facing the strongest international pressure in its recent history, while the domestic political, economic and social environment is also facing a critical situation.

A general observation has found that Taiwan’s voters are being torn between so-called “five loathes” in this election.

The so-called “5 loathes” are: first, “loathing China,” second, “loathing Han Kuo-yu,” third, “loathing Tsai Ing-wen,” fourth, “loathing the Kuomintang (KMT),” and fifth, “loathing the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).”    [FULL  STORY]

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