Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen resigned as leader of her governing party after it suffered a defeat in Saturday’s local elections, while Beijing-friendly opposition held its ground.
“The election result was not as expected… I should take all the responsibility and I am resigning as DPP chairman immediately,” she told reporters. Ms. Tsai will stay on as president of the self-governed island.
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