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  • Taiwan’s president-elect vows zero tolerance for fraud

    Discover how Taiwan’s President-elect Lai Ching-te is implementing a zero-tolerance policy against fraud, aiming to protect societal and financial security with new legislation and measures.
    2024/05/15 16:56
  • Taiwnan’s road safety not improving despite efforts

    Explore how Taiwan’s government is tackling pedestrian safety through new regulations and the challenges it faces as accident rates remain high. Learn about innovative traffic solutions and the importance of continual law evaluation.
    2024/05/14 16:09
  • Taipower to receive NT$100B subsidy amid financial crisis

    The Executive Yuan of Taiwan approves an additional NT$100 billion budget for 2024 to support Taipower in offsetting electricity costs, addressing the company’s financial challenges and the impact of global events on fuel prices. The proposal, aimed at reducing Taipower’s projected deficit, now awaits Legislative Yuan review.
    2024/05/03 17:30
  • Taiwan-India labor MOU: a step forward in collaboration

    Explore the upcoming second consultation meeting for the MOU on labor cooperation between Taiwan and India, as announced by Minister Hsu Ming-chun, focusing on open industries and the introduction of personnel, with input from a diverse group of stakeholders.
    2024/04/30 13:41
  • Premier: Respect for Judicial Yuan’s death penalty review

    Premier Ch’en Chien-jen highlights the importance of separation of powers in Taiwan, respecting the Judicial Yuan’s upcoming interpretation on the constitutionality of the death penalty. A ruling expected in July will determine its future.
    2024/04/22 17:54
  • Cho Jung-tai unveils new faces in Taiwan’s Executive Yuan

    Discover the latest personnel appointments by Premier-designate Cho Jung-tai for the Executive Yuan, including key positions in the Ministry of Labor, Health and Welfare, the Hakka Affairs Council, the Council of Indigenous Peoples, and the Ministry of Environment. This announcement follows President-elect Lai Ching-te’s vision for a "Healthy Taiwan" and showcases a commitment to diversity and expertise in the new cabinet.
    2024/04/19 18:00
  • Taiwan to halt public reporting of minor traffic violations

    Minister of Transportation and Communication (MOTC) minister Wang Kwo-tsai announced Thursday (April 18) that the public will no longer be able to report minor traffic violations that carry a maximum fine of NT$1,200 or less. This comes after the Executive Yuan approved amendments to the Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act.
    2024/04/18 15:09
  • Taiwan takes step towards international human rights norms

    Taiwan intends to follow the U.S. lead and outlaw the import and export of goods made using forced labor. With a preliminary resolution to alter the "Human Trafficking Prevention Act" by the Ministry of the Interior to establish a legal foundation, the Executive Yuan has called for many inter-ministerial discussions.  Following the amendment’s completion and implementation, the Ministry of Labor will be in charge of identifying goods made using forced labor. Border control will be managed by the Ministry of Finance’s Customs Administration. "Import and export are both prohibited. A representative of the administration stated, "The regulation is bidirectional.
    2024/04/15 14:48
  • Ex-DPP chair to lead new ’AI Cabinet’ on May 20

    President-elect Lai Ching-te announces Cho Jung-tai as Taiwan’s new premier, outlining three main goals for an innovative and proactive cabinet to lead the nation into a new era of technological advancement and societal benefit.
    2024/04/10 15:47
  • Premier Chen vows zero tolerance for digital sex crimes

    Executive Yuan Premier Chen Chien-jen emphasizes zero tolerance for sexual harassment, assault, and child exploitation, warning of potential bans for foreign platforms not removing such content. This follows calls for a dedicated unit to combat digital sex crimes and revelations involving entertainer Mickey Huang. Amendments to gender equality laws and enhancements to the "113" reporting mechanism have been implemented, with substantial fines for non-compliance. TVBS advocates for public awareness and action against sexual misconduct.
    2024/04/08 14:52
  • China warns Taiwan of consequences under DPP’s current path

    The story discusses recent statements from officials of China’s Taiwan Affairs Office and the Executive Yuan of Taiwan regarding rising cross-strait tensions, rumors of a "war tax," and accusations against the Democratic Progressive Party. Clarifications were made regarding the alleged plans for a war tax and the nature of military exercises for national security.
    2024/03/27 15:50
  • Legislative Yuan probes digital ID card policy delay

    Legislators in Taiwan’s Internal Administration Committee discuss the "Digital ID card replacement policy and budget execution," leading to a special investigation team being set up. The Executive Yuan’s decision to postpone the project in 2021 resulted in contract disputes and mediation, with a reduced payout of NT$280 million. The Ministry of the Interior allocated NT$63.75 million in the 2024 budget for suspension costs. Legislators questioned the project’s total expenditure, with Minister Lin Yu-chang clarifying that the project is postponed, not terminated, due to heightened information security demands.
    2024/03/18 15:07
  • Taiwan’s NSTC discusses complexity of TikTok regulation

    The National Science and Technology Council in Taipei addresses the complexities of TikTok regulation, highlighting differences between the United States and Taiwan. Minister Wu Tsung-tsong trusts the Executive Yuan and Ministry of Digital Affairs to make informed decisions amidst global debates on misinformation spread by the social media app.
    2024/03/14 15:11
  • Premier addresses KMT’s contempt of legislature bill

    Premier Chen Chien-jen stresses Executive Yuan’s accountability in responding to Legislative Yuan inquiries, emphasizing adherence to constitutional provisions. Chen highlights the importance of rational questioning for a democratic society and pledges cooperation between the two branches for transparent governance.
    2024/03/05 18:14
  • Premier considers unified Labor Day holiday amid challenges

    Premier Chen Chien-jen considers a unified Labor Day holiday in Taiwan, but faces challenges. Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Lin I-chin raises concerns about added costs for police and firefighters. Minister of the Interior Lin Yu-chang emphasizes the need for consensus, while Directorate-General of Personnel Administration Personnel Division Director-General Su Chun-jung calls for further impact assessment.
    2024/03/05 17:14
  • Tainan Mayor backs probe into solar plant scandal

    Tainan Mayor Huang Wei-che supports a thorough investigation into an alleged solar power plant scandal involving Ysolar Co. under former Executive Yuan Commissioner Ku Sheng-hui. The Tainan prosecutor’s office is probing the case, with Mayor Huang subpoenaed as a witness. Huang emphasizes the importance of transparency and adherence to legal guidelines in green energy development, stressing the need for swift resolution and clarity in the investigation.
    2024/03/01 15:59
  • Taiwan to introduce nationwide referendum absentee voting

    The Executive Yuan of Taiwan has approved a draft bill for referendum absentee voting, allowing eligible voters to apply for absentee voting through a transfer voting system to protect their voting rights. The new law, in accordance with Article 25 of the amended Referendum Act, aims to facilitate voting for those unable to return to their place of registration due to various reasons. The Central Election Commission will implement the absentee voting method to ensure secrecy and fairness, with an application system open to all eligible voters until 60 days before the voting day. Additionally, an online application system will be established for voter convenience, including options for residents in remote areas to apply for transfer voting within the same county or city.
    2024/02/22 15:51
  • Taiwan to launch 320 civilian emergency response teams

    The Executive Yuan unveils plans for the Taiwan Community Emergency Response Team (T-CERT) in a recent policy report, aiming to establish 320 teams with 8,000 members within five years. Training will involve various sectors, drawing parallels to the civilian defense concept of the Kuma Academy. Despite opposition from Kuomintang legislators, the initiative focuses on disaster response, not military operations, in line with Taiwan’s Disaster Prevention and Protection Act. The teams, inspired by FEMA recommendations, are supported by the Ministry of the Interior and Ministry of National Defense.
    2024/02/20 16:37
  • Premier Chen and Speaker Han meet to discuss nat’l progress

    Premier Chen Chien-jen and Legislative Speaker Han Kuo-yu meet to discuss national cooperation and support in Taipei. The leaders affirm commitment to benefit Taiwan and its people through joint efforts.
    2024/02/17 15:57
  • Taiwan signs MOU with India to employ migrant workers

    Taiwan’s Executive Yuan has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with India to facilitate the hiring of Indian migrant workers. The MOU states that Taiwan will determine the sectors and numbers for employment, while India will recruit and train the workers according to regulations. Contrary to online rumors, the plan does not involve the introduction of 100,000 Indian workers. The signing ceremony occurred online between the Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India and the India-Taipei Association. Taiwan’s Ministry of Labor will submit the MOU to the Legislative Yuan for record and will hold meetings with Indian counterparts to discuss further details. Once all preparations are completed, India will be recognized as a new source of migrant labor, allowing employers to hire based on individual demand. This move is part of Taiwan’s efforts to address issues such as an aging population, decreased birth rate, and labor shortages by developing new sources of migrant labor.
    2024/02/16 17:33
  • National Police Agency debunks rumors of bonus cuts

    The National Police Agency has denied rumors of cutting year-end bonuses for police officers, clarifying that the bonuses are distributed according to the provisions of the Executive Yuan. Police officers who are employed by Jan. 31 and still on the job by Dec. 1 would receive a year-end working bonus of 1.5 months, with no specific stipulations for police officers. Last July, the Executive Yuan approved a 15% increase in police duty allowances, the first adjustment in 30 years, benefiting nearly 70,000 officers nationwide. The agency reaffirmed its support for police officers and commitment to improving their working conditions and benefits.
    2024/02/15 18:24
  • Taiwan clears domestic pork of Cimbuterol contamination

    Taiwan’s Executive Yuan has announced that no detection of Cimbuterol, a feed additive used to promote leanness in animals, has been found in domestically-produced pork. This preliminary result dismisses concerns about the domestic pork supply being tainted with the substance. In the past, Taiwan Sugar Corporation’s pork slices were found to contain Cimbuterol, causing public concern. The Ministry of Agriculture has inspected 633 pre-market samples, and the Ministry of Health and Welfare has tested 73 post-market samples, with only one sample in Taichung city detecting Cimbuterol. The Health Ministry will strengthen random inspections for ractopamine in pork products and increase the number of annual inspections. The government will also enhance scrutiny of Cimbuterol imports and establish an expert group to assess the risk source at each link. The administration remains committed to ensuring the sanitary safety of pork products and monitoring related residues in various channels. Relevant authorities are dedicated to meeting Taiwan’s veterinary drug residue limits in foods.
    2024/02/15 14:41
  • Officials clash over publicizing contaminated pork findings

    Taipei’s Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare questions Taichung City’s decision to publicly announce the presence of Cimbuterol in local pork produce, insisting on a thorough investigation before disclosure. Taichung City’s Office of Food and Drug Safety found the banned substance in frozen pork slices produced by TaiSugar. The city health bureau defended the immediate announcement, citing the need to protect consumers and citizens’ health interests. The Executive Yuan expressed doubts about the test results, citing unusually low levels of Cimbuterol detected and suggesting further investigations. Taichung City’s Office of Food and Drug Safety informed Pingtung County’s Public Health Bureau and Tainan’s Public Health Bureau for further investigation. Organizations like the Executive Yuan’s Consumer Protection Committee and the Consumers’ Foundation tend to directly announce results when adulterated products are found, justifying Taichung’s disclosure. The office conducted three tests using two methodologies, with one result exceeding the quantitative limit. Only TaiSugar’s product tested positive for Cimbuterol. TaiSugar has called for a re-examination of the test results and sent the sample to the Ministry of Health and Welfare’s Food and Drug Administration for reinspection.
    2024/02/06 14:27
  • Vision Zero calls for pedestrian safety law in Taiwan

    The Vision Zero pedestrian safety advocacy group calls on Taiwan’s new congress to support a draft pedestrian traffic safety facilities law. The group recommends comprehensive implementation of sidewalks, removal of sidewalk obstacles, standardization of temporary sidewalks during construction, and explicit arcade project guidelines. The draft law must be proposed by the National Land Management Agency and approved by the executive branch before being reviewed by the Legislative Yuan. Despite the passing of a basic road traffic safety law in 2023, Vision Zero notes that the projected death toll may still exceed 3,000. The chairman of Vision Zero, Chen Kai-ning, proposes four amendments to the law, including the provision of physical sidewalks on wider roads, marking sidewalk designations on narrower roads, establishing basic sidewalk standards and non-permissible uses, and installing physical sidewalks beside arcades. Between January and November 2023, there were 2,759 road fatalities and 367,311 recorded severe accidents in Taiwan, representing an increase compared to the same period in 2022.
    2024/02/05 13:31
  • EVA Air strikes deal with pilots ending strike threat

    EVA Air and the Executive Yuan have reached a four-point agreement, including wage increases for pilots and co-pilots, and a commitment not to strike until May 31, 2026. EVA Air recently gained the right to strike and announced two warning periods. The agreement also stipulates that EVA Air will not hire foreign pilots directly without approval from the Ministry of Labor and Civil Aviation Administration. The Taoyuan Union of Pilots emphasized that their goal is not to exercise dispute rights, but to foster cooperation, trust, and equality within the company.
    2024/01/29 11:11
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