Chen Ming-Lun, the village chief in Shou Yuan Village, Nanzhou Township of Pingtung County, was removed by a recall vote, the first under the new amendment to the Recall Law. Perviously officials needed voter turnout over 50% (plus a majority). The new amendment (applicable to all but the president and VP) requires a turnout of 25%.
This election had 310 voters turnout, with 277 voting to remove. The issue was the building of a columbarium in the village.