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Who will become Taiwan’s president in post-Tsai era?

Owing to the two-term limit, Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen (seen on screen) cannot stand again for election. PHOTO: REUTERS
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TAIPEI - Factional rivalries and a potential third-party contender are just some of the elements that will mark what looks to be an unpredictable presidential race in Taiwan come 2024, when Tsai Ing-wen steps down from her post.

Owing to the two-term limit, the 66-year-old cannot stand again for election.

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