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Taipei, June 17 (CNA) Legislative watchdog Citizen Congress Watch (CCW) asked the Control Yuan on Monday to censure the Legislature for failing to fulfill its duty by passing a carelessly written amendment that triggered public condemnation.
Academics lashed out at the ruling Kuomintang Wednesday for failing to put the proposal for a media anti-monopolization law on its list for the June 13-27 special session of the Legislative Yuan. The session, held to deal with unfinished work left
Taipei, June 10 (CNA) The Executive Yuan endorsed a proposal Monday to ask the Legislative Yuan to reconsider and void an amendment to the Accounting Act that the government determined would be hard to carry out. "The proposal was passed at a Cabinet
When the Executive Yuan proposes to overturn a recent controversial change to the Accounting Act next week, it will not propose any new amendments of its own, Cabinet spokeswoman Cheng Li-wun said Saturday. After a public outcry, President Ma Ying-
President Ma Ying-jeou on Friday apologized and agreed to order the Cabinet to overturn an amendment to the Accounting Act which had provoked widespread outrage. The change had been approved by the Legislative Yuan during the final hour of the final
Taipei, June 7 (CNA) President Ma Ying-jeou apologized Friday for a flawed amendment to the Accounting Act that sparked a public outcry after being passed by the Legislative Yuan last week. Ma offered his apology at a brief news conference at the
Taipei, June 6 (CNA) Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairman Su Tseng-chang called on with Premier Jiang Yi-huah Thursday to request a correction to an amendment of the Accounting Act...The meeting between Su and Jiang took place at the Executive
Former lawmaker Yen Ching-piao will not be allowed to run for election again despite a recent change in the Accounting Act which might see him freed from prison, the Ministry of Interior said Wednesday. In the final hour of its most recent session
The opposition Democratic Progressive Party called on the Cabinet Tuesday to overturn amendments to the Accounting Act which let politicians off the hook while still causing legal trouble for academics. In the final hour of its most recent session
Once again, the Legislative Yuan rushed through a large number of bills on its final day before going on recess...Legislators managed to make up a little bit for lost time, but the quality of their work was hardly satisfying.