TAIPEI -- Voters delivered a strong rebuke to Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen's Democratic Progressive Party in Saturday's local elections, yet the outlook for the 2020 presidential race remains hazy as both main parties lack good candidates.
Premier Lai Ching-te apologized for the election results, calling them a "sign of dissatisfaction with our policy" in a Monday morning emergency news conference. But he also said he would stay on.
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