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Taiwan Election 2016

Vote as a “Taiwanese”

Even if they are permanent residents, most foreigners in Taiwan cannot vote, regardless of how long they have lived on the island. That is because few are willing to give up their original nationality to become citizens in Taiwan, especially when their new citizenship can be taken away if they break the law or violate "morals". Varsity explores a complex issue few Taiwanese are even aware of - foreigners voting rights.

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