The federal election ended,
the Liberal Party continued to rule,
and the campaign signs of cities and communities of all sizes were no longer valid;
according to the election law,
election signs inserted on the grass or hanging on the electric poles
need to be dismantled within 72 hours after the election.
The polling station was closed at 9:30 on Monday night,
which means that all the election signs
on private land or public places must be
dismantled before 9:30 pm on Thursday,
the local governments will also send a member
to observe whether the election sign continues to be removed.
Public places are meant to include utility poles,
bus shelters, and roadsides that must be removed
by a candidate or third party.