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Rumors attempt to make South Korea ’s Yu ballot vote invalid

来源:中国台湾网 December 9, 2019 10:23:00 Source: China Taiwan Network

Online rumors. (Picture taken from Taiwan media)

China Taiwan Net, December 9-The 2020 Taiwan leader election has entered the countdown period, candidates are tense, and discussions among netizens on the island are also quite lively. According to Taiwan ’s “China Times Newspaper”, there have been reports on the Internet that some people have deliberately misled supporters of the KMT candidate Han Yu, asking them to write “Korean” on their ballot papers to avoid counting the votes. Make the ballot paper a waste. This move was called "nonsense" by netizens!

There is a "Han Fen" message on the Facebook fan page of South Korea's Facebook to remind the election of "Obu" (tricks), and I want to invalidate the votes of South Korea's Yu, and remind everyone not to be deceived. From the screenshots posted by netizens, we can see that there is a post saying "Important reminder! The DPP has nothing to do. In addition to insisting on voting in Korea in the 2020 general election, remember to write a word" Han "on the ballot. It will not be done when counting the votes! Don't believe that no ballot can be written on the ballot, that is the deceit of the Tsai Ing-wen authorities! "Don't forget to shout" Strengthen Korea, flip Taiwan ".

It is reported that additional extra information on the ballot, such as the name of the voter, will be considered invalid. Such remarks circulated on the Internet, which also made netizens question "This should have been instigated to make people not elected?" "Less nonsense here."

In fact, from the beginning of the election, related organizations supporting Korea ’s Yu have circulated similar posts, which made Han Fan very angry, and said with excitement, “Our people are very wise. Please do n’t say such stupid words that make people laugh. I suggest instead You need to tell them to be careful "and remind each other not to be deceived. It can only be said that the candidates were fighting fiercely on the stage, and the supporters under the stage were also filled with a strong smell of gunpowder. (China Taiwan Net Jia Ruolan)

[Responsible editor: Jia Ruolan]

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