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Wong Chung Ming: Tsai Ing-wen is “game over”

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Reported by Zoe Lam on 27th November, 2018.

A “dramatic change” appear in the nine-in-one election in Taiwan last week, the Chinese Nationalist Party won a great victory and got 15 seats. The current Democratic Progressive Party has only won six seats. Dr. Wong Chung Ming, an associate professor of the Department of Journalism and Communication at Hong Kong Shue Yan University, said that Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen is “game over” and her chance of re-election is very small.


Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen has resigned as chairwoman of the Democratic Progressive Party after suffering a humiliating electoral defeat. “Her decision is right because she is no longer rules Taiwan effectively now,” Wong said. Wong continued that the loss of the Democratic Progressive Party reflected that Taiwanese dissatisfied about the poor governance of Tsai Ing-wen’s government.


“The political situation in Taiwan will be change, Taiwanese are eager for a new change in Taiwan.” Wong said. Wong explained that although the Chinese Nationalist Party won a great victory, Taiwanese were not voted according to political parties. Most Taiwanese, especially young people, were voted depends on the idea of the candidate.


“To the young generation, “Blue” and “Green” were not the only choices. Some of them voted for the candidate are not because of the party, they just agreed on the idea of the candidate.” Wong said.


Also, Wong said that the Mayor of Taipei Ko Wen-je is a political partyless person, Taiwanese will support him because Taiwanese are tired of seeing political party struggle. Therefore, Wong thought that Ko Wen-je has a good chance of winning if he is elected to the 2020 President Election of Taiwan.

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