Kuomintang supporters attend a rally in Taipei on Friday, ahead of the referendum. Photo: EPA-EFE
Kuomintang supporters attend a rally in Taipei on Friday, ahead of the referendum. Photo: EPA-EFE
Taiwan

Can Taiwan’s opposition KMT regroup after weekend referendum losses to push for power?

  • The Kuomintang’s failure to push through changes has been attributed to a lack of party unity
  • But the 41 per cent turnout means many neutral voters did not show up to back President Tsai Ing-wen’s position, says academic

Topic |   Taiwan
Kuomintang supporters attend a rally in Taipei on Friday, ahead of the referendum. Photo: EPA-EFE
Kuomintang supporters attend a rally in Taipei on Friday, ahead of the referendum. Photo: EPA-EFE
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