Taiwan's Tsai Ing-wen Faces a Tough 2nd Term After Election Victory

By Kyodo News 13 January 2020

TAIPEI—Speaking on the fall campaign trail, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen described herself as a builder, saying that she spent her first four years as president “laying the foundation” and that she needed a second term to “begin raising the house.”

In Saturday’s general election, voters gave Tsai what she wanted.

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