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Washington Post, 2023-11-24: A win is not guaranteed. Public grievances against the ruling party have bubbled up during Tsai's presidency, which has been hit by corruption scandals and grumbling from Taiwanese businesses about lost trade with China washingtonpost.com/world/2023/11/24/taiwan-presidential-election-2024-china/
Denmark's Democracy Perception Index 2023: Most people view corruption as a threat to democracy in their country - Taiwan ranks world 17, behind Singapore (No.7), Japan (9), Australia (10), Hong Kong (12), S Korea (13). 6389062.fs1.hubspotusercontent-na1.net/hubfs/6389062/Canva%20images/Democracy%20Perception%20Index%202023.pdf
banker, told VOA by phone.
“I will vote for the third-party candidate Ko Wen-je,
because I think he can help address the issue of
corruption that has long plagued Taiwan's politics.”。
opposition parties have found plenty of other targets for attack: the
government's handling of Covid; corruption on
the part of legislators;......
popular sentiment favours a change of government. If Taiwan had a
two-party preferred system of voting, Lai would be staring at defeat.