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Tsai has to appoint new premier

The Taiwanese government has resigned in unison to make way for new ministers. Premier Su Tseng-chang asked President Tsai Ing-wen to accept his resignation on Thursday. The Democratic Progressive Party (DDP) thus reacts to significant defeats in the regional election in November. A new government line-up would ideally be decided after the Spring Festival vacation. The 75-year-old Su is not expected to run for office again. fin

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