ISLAMABAD, Pakistan 

The Taiwan incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen has won the Saturday’s Presidential election and elected for a second four-year term, according to unofficial results.

Tsai received more than 8 million votes, or more than 57%, the highest numbers since direct presidential elections began in 1996, while main opposition Kuomintang (KMT) candidate Han Kuo-yu secured more than 5 million votes, or 38%, Taiwan News, a local daily, reported.

In her victory address, Tsai thanked to her voters for choosing “the path of reform and unity.”

“The election had shown the Taiwanese people’s commitment to democratic values and a demand for

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