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Tsai steps down as DPP chair after defeat in presidential poll

Taipei -- Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen announced her resignation from the party's chairmanship after conceding defeat in the presidential election Saturday.

Tsai upheld the DPP tradition of the party chairperson resigning after a presidential election loss.









January 14, 2012    acuity@
Tsai is not fit to lead Taiwan at all.
Favouring the leader of China's Xinjiang Uighur people's riots to go to Taiwan is proof of her ulterior motive.
Taiwanese are of Chinese descent. The leaders of Communist China are not going to be around for long and there with gradual change for the good of all Han people in China, Taiwan and us huachiaos.
January 15, 2012    tsaidinniya@
This is the happiest moment of my life. HA HA HA HA HA!!!!
January 15, 2012    tsaidinniya@
Liar & hypocrite will end in a shameful defeat...HA HA HA!!!
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