Taiwan president's election strategy backfires

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HISTORY: Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen resigned as leader of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on Saturday following defeats in local elections.
Tsai had tried to portray the election as more than just a local vote and said the world is watching as Taiwan defends its democracy amid tensions with China, which claims the island as its territory.
But her strategy failed to win public support, and at a news conference, Tsai claimed responsibility for the losses.
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“We could not break through the current composition of local politics. It shows that we have not met people's expectations of community leadership.”
Local elections - for mayors, district heads and local councils - typically focus on domestic issues such as health crisis restrictions and crime.
The main opposition party, the Kuomintang or KMT, led or maintained victory in 13 of the 21 mayoral and district chiefships up for grabs, including the capital Taipei.
The KMT has accused Tsai and the DPP of being overly confrontational towards China.
“It's not that the DPP has never failed or fallen before. We conduct thorough checks. The more people expect of us, the more we have to do.”
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The focus will now turn to the 2024 presidential and parliamentary elections, which Tsai and the DPP won in a landslide victory in 2020 on pledges to stand against China and defend Taiwan's freedoms.
Tsai, who will remain president until 2024, cannot run again due to term limits.
Tsai Ing-wen
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