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    Taiwan legal reforms 結果共6筆

  • Civic groups demand rights for Taiwan’s migrant workers

    Explore the efforts of civic groups in Taiwan advocating for the rights of new immigrants, including migrant workers. They seek legal reforms to ensure equality and protection.
    2024/06/19 16:41
  • Taiwan champions gender equality at international forum

    Explore Taiwan’s strides in gender equality and the challenges that remain, as discussed by National Human Rights Commission Chairperson Chen Chu at the "2024 International Forum on Women’s Employment and Economic Security." Learn about Taiwan’s legal reforms, commitment to CEDAW, and ongoing efforts to eliminate discrimination against women.
    2024/06/05 16:50
  • Taiwan’s MeToo anniversary highlights legal struggles

    Explore how Taiwan’s MeToo movement, marking its first anniversary, faces challenges with victim re-victimization and calls for legal reforms and cultural change to protect survivors and ensure a safer society.
    2024/05/23 18:06
  • Han: Taiwan’s new cabinet faces immediate challenges

    Explore the latest on Taiwan’s governance as Premier Cho Jung-tai and Vice Premier Cheng Li-chun meet with Legislative Speaker Han Kuo-yu for crucial talks on infrastructure, education, and legal reforms. This pivotal meeting underscores a commitment to collaborative governance and addressing national challenges.
    2024/05/22 15:02
  • DPP’s campaign office defends candidate amid criticisms

    The story discusses the defense of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Lai Ching-te by his campaign director, Yao Li-ming. Yao defends Lai as a victim of the system, using Lai’s family home in Wanli District as an example. This defense comes in response to criticisms from Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) legislator-at-large candidate Huang Kuo-chang, who suggested that Lai should empathize with the hardships faced by the people. Yao criticizes Huang for hypocrisy, questioning his sincerity in displaying emotions. Yao highlights the struggles of residents living in mining areas and compares their situation to the limited residential rights of military dependents’ villages in the past. He argues that seeing distressed individuals as privileged is an unsupportive stance for voters. Yao expresses hope that if Lai becomes president, he will focus on improving miners’ housing rights and interests through legal and institutional reforms, similar to past government efforts to address the housing rights of military village residents.
    2023/12/12 17:25
  • TPP’s Vivian Huang questions need to revive SID

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) legislator-at-large candidate Vivian Huang has expressed concerns about the proposal to reinstate the Special Investigation Division (SID). Huang questions the necessity of reviving the SID when other prosecutors should be capable of handling cases without it. This debate arises from Kuomintang (KMT) presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih’s recent proposal to revive the disbanded SID. Huang has called on the KMT and Hou to provide specific details and reasoning for restoring the SID before she decides whether to support the initiative. TPP’s presidential candidate Ko Wen-je has also criticized the establishment of new units whenever problems arise, expressing doubts about their effectiveness. Huang, along with other TPP legislator-at-large candidates, has emphasized the need for judicial reforms to combat judicial injustices, unlawful influence-peddling, organized crime, opaque parole processes, and to address challenges faced by prosecutors such as interference, inadequate training, and a rise in fraud cases. These reforms include the introduction of whistle blower protection laws and criminalization of unlawful gifting and influence trading.
    2023/12/04 17:29
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