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  • Taiwan Premier Chen addresses election integrity concerns

    Taiwan Premier Chen Chien-jen addresses concerns over election integrity, stating that flaws in the electoral system do not undermine the legitimacy of poll results. Chen acknowledges public skepticism regarding irregular vote counts, but assures that errors have been rectified and had minimal impact on outcomes. He also warns against disinformation campaigns aimed at influencing Taiwan’s democratic process and urges the public to remain vigilant against false information. Chen emphasizes the importance of safeguarding Taiwan’s hard-earned democratic environment.
    2024/01/19 15:48
  • CEC imposes ban on poll data discussion ahead of elections

    The Central Election Commission in Taiwan announces a comprehensive ban on publicizing, discussing, or referring to poll data in the lead-up to the General Election, aiming to ensure fairness and impartiality in the electoral process.
    2024/01/03 19:35
  • Taiwan accuses China of election meddling via trade probe

    Taipei’s Presidential Office Secretary-General, Lin Chia-lung, has accused China of strategically timing the release of its trade barrier investigation results in order to influence Taiwan’s elections. Lin suggests that China’s actions, likened to "drawing a bow without releasing the arrow," are aimed at instilling fear in Taiwanese voters and potentially affecting their economy. Lin also points out the coincidence between the recent visit of Kuomintang (KMT) Vice Chairman Andrew Hsia to China and the prompt release of the investigation’s findings. Lin raises concerns about the Chinese Communist Party’s interference in Taiwan’s elections, citing instances of borough wardens being invited on all-expenses-paid trips by China to exert influence. Reports indicate that Wang Huning, Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, convened a meeting in early December specifically to discuss interfering in Taiwan’s elections, suggesting a coordinated strategy from China targeting the electoral process in Taiwan.
    2023/12/20 18:23
  • Ambassador Burns urges non-interference in Taiwan vote

    U.S. Ambassador to China Nicholas Burns urges parties to refrain from interfering in Taiwan’s upcoming elections and emphasizes the U.S.’s desire for a free and fair electoral process. He quotes President Biden in reaffirming unchanged U.S. policy towards Taiwan. Burns describes U.S.-China relations as "hopeful" and "realistic," highlighting Beijing’s commitment to tackling the fentanyl crisis and the eagerness to restore military communication. He advocates for a realistic and hopeful approach to U.S.-China ties, aiming to mitigate risks rather than decoupling.
    2023/12/16 14:47
  • Changhua chief questions Taiwan’s self-trust amid rumors

    The story discusses the response of Changhua County Chief Wang Hui-mei to rumors that village chiefs from Changhua County were treated to trips to China. Wang questioned the nation’s confidence in itself and challenged the notion that hospitality could sway one’s allegiance. Reports of possible Chinese intervention in the electoral process, including invitations to village chiefs for travel to the mainland, have emerged ahead of the 2024 presidential and vice-presidential elections. The Changhua District Prosecutors Office has detained a suspect allegedly organizing these trips and has summoned 22 individuals for questioning. Wang interpreted the scrutiny her county is under as a "swing county" and expressed trust in the wisdom of the village chiefs to handle the situation.
    2023/12/12 21:39
  • Justice minister stresses fairness for 2024 Taiwan elections

    Minister of Justice Tsai Ching-hsiang has called for increased efforts from investigators, police, and intelligence agencies to combat bribery and prevent foreign interference in the 2024 elections. During a visit to the Keelung District Prosecutor’s Office, Tsai emphasized the importance of maintaining the fairness and integrity of the electoral process. He encouraged prosecutors to work together to create a judicial environment that inspires trust and visibility. Tsai highlighted the need to "block foreign powers from meddling in the election," "eliminate the influence of gambling on electoral outcomes," and "put an end to the disruption caused by fake news." Active investigations are crucial to ensuring fair and just elections. Tsai also discussed the formalization of the system for assistants to prosecutors and money laundering involving cryptocurrencies with prosecutors.
    2023/12/07 17:48
  • MOI confirms all election candidates meet nationality rules

    The Ministry of the Interior has confirmed that all six candidates from the three presidential and vice-presidential teams meet the nationality requirements for the upcoming elections. The Central Election Commission is set to review the qualifications of the candidates, which is crucial amidst citizenship disputes involving the vice-presidential candidates of the Democratic Progressive Party and the Taiwan People’s Party. The announcement by the CEC is highly anticipated as it will address the legitimacy concerns and allow the candidates to proceed with their campaigns without legal challenges.
    2023/12/04 15:29
  • Ko Wen-je claims NT$200M bribe offered to run as VP

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) presidential candidate Ko Wen-je has alleged that he was offered a bribe of NT$200 million by an individual claiming to be an aide to a U.S. senator. Ko stated that the person, who identified as an assistant to a senator from Alaska, said that American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Chairperson Laura Rosenberger wanted to speak with him. In addition, Ko disclosed that he encountered various individuals, including someone purporting to be a United Nations commissioner and a former U.S. Congressional aide, who suggested that the U.S. favored a coalition between the Kuomintang (KMT) and TPP. With Taiwan’s presidential election approaching, Ko expressed concerns about the influence of intermediaries and fraudsters in the electoral process, emphasizing the need for a clear-headed approach to combat misinformation.
    2023/11/27 16:30
  • Taipei prepares for presidential election with rehearsal

    Taipei City Election Commission conducts a successful voting rehearsal for the 2024 Presidential Election, ensuring a smooth process and upholding democratic principles.
    2023/09/25 18:35
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