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Post-Election Analysis of Taiwan’s 9-in-1 Local Elections 2022

On Saturday, November 26, Taiwan will hold its quadrennial “9-in-1” local elections, during which Taiwanese voters will head to the polls to elect 11,023 public officials in nine different categories of posts – including mayors of the six special municipalities (Taipei, New Taipei, Taoyuan, Taichung, Tainan, and Kaohsiung) and magistrates or mayors of 16 counties and cities. In the polling stations, voters will also decide in a referendum whether to approve of a constitutional amendment to lower both the voting age and the minimum age of candidacy to 18.

On November 30, the Taiwan Studies Series Project at ISDP will host an expert panel under its Taiwan Lecture Series to discuss various aspects of Taiwan’s local elections. The panelists will analyze the outcome of the elections, unpack the important issues during the campaigns, and assess the implications for Taiwan’s presidential elections in 2024 and U.S.-China-Taiwan relations.

Nov 30, 2022 10:00 AM in Stockholm

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