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  • No change in citizenship law for Chinese spouses: Premier

    Taiwan’s Premier Chen Chien-jen has confirmed no plans to revise laws to expedite the citizenship process for Chinese spouses, citing political and legal complexities, despite opposition criticism of discrimination and inequality.
    2024/03/01 16:58
  • MAC concludes Kinmen speedboat case: No detention needed

    The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) completed the legal investigation into the Kinmen speedboat case, determining no need to detain the two Chinese survivors. The survivors were repatriated in the interest of human rights. MAC clarified the repatriation process and procedures followed by the Fuchien Kinmen District Prosecutors Office and Coast Guard Administration. The incident involved a speedboat pursuit by the Coast Guard Administration in Kinmen waters, resulting in two deaths.
    2024/02/22 11:54
  • Taiwan’s CEC fights back against election fraud rumors

    The Central Election Commission (CEC) has called for a legal investigation into rumors of election fraud following the recent presidential and legislative elections in Taiwan. False messages about election corruption have been spreading online, with influencers like YouTuber Alisasa and Bit King being accused of defaming the CEC and election staff. The CEC has gathered evidence and held a press conference to address these rumors, emphasizing that the election had ended and that supervisors recommended by various parties oversaw the voting and counting process. The CEC urged the public not to spread rumors that could harm Taiwan’s democratic achievements and encouraged individuals with evidence to submit it to the relevant legal authorities. Fabricating and spreading false information carries legal consequences, and the CEC called on citizens to defend Taiwan’s democracy and resist election rumors.
    2024/01/17 17:59
  • Taiwan’s CBC hesitant over NFTs as presidential tokens

    The Central Bank of the Republic of China (CBC) clarifies that the issuance of inauguration commemorative coins is the authority and wish of the elected president, with the CBC providing assistance. Former Premier Sean Chen suggests issuing a token composed of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) for the incoming president in 2024, which would be a global first. CBC officials express concerns about the risks associated with digital assets, such as NFTs, including transactional challenges, anti-money laundering practices, and legal issues. The CBC is actively studying these risks to protect the public’s rights and interests. Additionally, the CBC is engaged in researching Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) and seeking public input through a consultation process set to conclude in April 2024.
    2024/01/03 17:01
  • TPP’s Ko’s wife dares DPP to sue over Taipei Dome claims

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) presidential candidate Ko Wen-je’s wife, Peggy Chen, openly challenged the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on December 9th, expressing her willingness to face legal consequences if sued. Chen’s challenge followed her questioning the integrity of the Premier and the Minister of the Interior on Facebook, alleging their deliberate obstruction of the approval process for the Taipei Dome project during Ko’s tenure as Taipei City Mayor in October of the previous year. During an event in Taichung City’s Dali District, Chen boldly stated, "If the DPP wants to sue, then sue me!" She emphasized that her information came directly from Ko himself and assured that she had made efforts to verify the claims. When asked about the recent decline in Ko’s support according to polls, Chen simply responded, "Just keep working hard."
    2023/12/09 16:07
  • MOI confirms all election candidates meet nationality rules

    The Ministry of the Interior has confirmed that all six candidates from the three presidential and vice-presidential teams meet the nationality requirements for the upcoming elections. The Central Election Commission is set to review the qualifications of the candidates, which is crucial amidst citizenship disputes involving the vice-presidential candidates of the Democratic Progressive Party and the Taiwan People’s Party. The announcement by the CEC is highly anticipated as it will address the legitimacy concerns and allow the candidates to proceed with their campaigns without legal challenges.
    2023/12/04 15:29
  • Legislators, vet groups demand faster FIP meds approval

    Legislators and veterinarian groups in Taiwan are calling for an expedited process to grant treatment approval for Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP), a highly fatal disease for cats. FIP is particularly prevalent in cats with weakened immune systems, such as older or younger cats, and has an almost 100% mortality rate. Diagnosing and preventing the disease is challenging, and currently, there are no legal medications for FIP in Taiwan. Legislator Kao Chia-yu, in collaboration with veterinarian groups, is working to provide hope for cats suffering from FIP. Research has shown that GS-441524 tablets have curative effects, but the application process for animal medication has been halted due to the COVID-19 outbreak. During a press conference, the president of the Taiwan Academy of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Chung Sheng-hua, highlighted that Remdesivir, a COVID-19 medication, and Molnupiravir from MSD have also demonstrated effectiveness against FIP. Chung urged relevant authorities to expedite the legalization of these drugs to obtain the necessary animal medication permits.
    2023/11/03 21:26
  • Ko Wen-je voices support for indicted Hsinchu Mayor

    Hsinchu Mayor Kao Hung-an and four others were indicted on corruption charges, drawing criticism from TPP Chairman Ko Wen-je. The case highlights transparency issues in the investigation process. Stay updated on this developing story.
    2023/08/14 19:01
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