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Taiwan election 2024: how presidential candidates left women voters unimpressed

By Shan-Jan Sarah Liu, Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Gender and Politics, The University of Edinburgh
Li-Yin Liu, Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science, University of Dayton
Lai Ching-te (also known as William Lai) of the Democratic Progressive Party was elected as the new president of Taiwan in January, beating Hou Yu-ih and Ko Wen-je of the Kuomintang and Taiwan People’s Party respectively.

Lai picked Hsiao Bi-khim to be his running mate. Hsiao, who had been Taiwan’s de facto ambassador to the US since 2020, is the second woman to become vice president in Taiwan.

Seeing women on the tickets for major political…The Conversation

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