Taiwan elections: DPP's Tsai announces resignation as party chief after KMT wins big

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Taiwan’s president Tsai Ing-wen has announced she’s stepping down as chairwoman of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party after it suffered major losses to the main opposition Kuomintang in local elections on November 26, 2022. Tsai will stay on as president of the self-ruled island. Analysts say many voters sought to punish the DDP over its handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. The KMT’s wins in the polls for mayors, county chiefs and local councillors are expected to boost its chances in the next presidential election on the self-rule island in January 2024.

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Written by Kevin Miller

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