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Did the Large Loophole in Taiwanese Local Election Lead to Unfair Results?

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Selina Tong, 4th December 2018

The Taiwanese local elections 2018 was completed on November 24th. Dr. Wong Chung Ming, an associate professor of the Department of Journalism and Communication at Hong Kong Shue Yan University attended the school general assembly this afternoon, said that voting and billing simultaneously initiated a direct impact on the voting intention when looking back to the interview tour in Taiwan.

Wong said that the election did not stop voting after the due time, and opened the ballot boxes when voters continue voting. There were loopholes in the practice. He agreed that the lost candidate, Kuomingdang’s Ting Shou-chung proposed an invalidation lawsuit and considered that appealing was the right decision. However, he believes that the final result after appealing would be the same, which Ko Wen-je would still win the election, even if the two sides only differ about 3,000 votes, but the difference still exist. Wong said, "There is a problem with the Taiwanese media." Because of the serious bias problem and the disclosing of voting result, voters have learned the voting trend through television or other media, thus affecting their voting intention. It may also violate the "Civil Servants Election And Recall Act".

In addition, Wong analyzed the reason why Ko Wen-je, the mayor of Taipei can win the election again. Although Ko’s record was not at an excellent level during his term of office, Wong believed that the attitude of Ko was not radical as the Democratic Progressive Party, nor conservative like the Chinese Nationalist Party, so he won the support from non-partisan, the ‘light green’ and the ‘light blue’.--165151 2018年12月4日 (二) 02:57 (CST)

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