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Vote for status quo 
? T a i w a n ’ s pro-democracy President Tsai 
Ing-wen got re-election. 
?She has got a record mandate since 
the country’s first direct elections of 
1996. 
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Vote for status quo 
? T a i w a n ’ s pro-democracy President Tsai 
Ing-wen got re-election. 
?She has got a record mandate since 
the country’s first direct elections of 
1996. 
Page 3


Vote for status quo 
? T a i w a n ’ s pro-democracy President Tsai 
Ing-wen got re-election. 
?She has got a record mandate since 
the country’s first direct elections of 
1996. 
?Ms. T s a i ’ s Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) 
suffered major losses in the 2018 local elections, 
but on Saturday, she took over 57% of the vote 
against her challenger 
?Opposition to B e i j i n g’ s one-country two-systems 
policy has long defined the ruling DPP . 
?The Hong Kong protests have only served to bring 
into sharp relief the consolidation of democracy 
and sovereignty in Taiwan ahead of the w e e k e n d ’ s 
elections. 
 
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Vote for status quo 
? T a i w a n ’ s pro-democracy President Tsai 
Ing-wen got re-election. 
?She has got a record mandate since 
the country’s first direct elections of 
1996. 
?Ms. T s a i ’ s Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) 
suffered major losses in the 2018 local elections, 
but on Saturday, she took over 57% of the vote 
against her challenger 
?Opposition to B e i j i n g’ s one-country two-systems 
policy has long defined the ruling DPP . 
?The Hong Kong protests have only served to bring 
into sharp relief the consolidation of democracy 
and sovereignty in Taiwan ahead of the w e e k e n d ’ s 
elections. 
 
?U.S. President Trump to use Taipei as 
a bargaining chip in his trade war with 
China. 
?Xi Jinping has in the recent past 
declared his intention to use force to 
unify Taiwan with the mainland. 
?Mr. Trump departed from protocol 
after his election when he received Ms. 
T s a i ’ s congratulatory call. 
 
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Vote for status quo 
? T a i w a n ’ s pro-democracy President Tsai 
Ing-wen got re-election. 
?She has got a record mandate since 
the country’s first direct elections of 
1996. 
?Ms. T s a i ’ s Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) 
suffered major losses in the 2018 local elections, 
but on Saturday, she took over 57% of the vote 
against her challenger 
?Opposition to B e i j i n g’ s one-country two-systems 
policy has long defined the ruling DPP . 
?The Hong Kong protests have only served to bring 
into sharp relief the consolidation of democracy 
and sovereignty in Taiwan ahead of the w e e k e n d ’ s 
elections. 
 
?U.S. President Trump to use Taipei as 
a bargaining chip in his trade war with 
China. 
?Xi Jinping has in the recent past 
declared his intention to use force to 
unify Taiwan with the mainland. 
?Mr. Trump departed from protocol 
after his election when he received Ms. 
T s a i ’ s congratulatory call. 
 
?China has meanwhile leveraged its 
economic clout to influence much of 
Africa and Latin America to withhold 
recognition to Taiwan as a sovereign 
state. 
?Taiwan’s zealous defence of its 
market economy and democratic 
freedoms may not seem compatible 
with the China model of state-
sponsored capitalism and one-party 
rule. 
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