Taiwan Pork, LNG Referendums Fail on Low Turnout | World News

TAIPEI (Reuters) – Two main referendums in Taiwan on whether or not to ban the import of pork containing leanness-enhancing additive and whether or not to resite a brand new LNG terminal each failed on Saturday as not sufficient voters confirmed as much as validate the end result.

According to a vote rely by the official Central News Agency, extra folks voted in opposition to the proposals than for them. But with the edge of 5 million votes being wanted to both cross or reject the proposals not being met, the end result was not thought-about legitimate beneath Taiwan’s election legal guidelines.

(Reporting by Ben Blanchard; Editing by Mark Heinrich)

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