Wang vows to move out of controversial housing

‘HIGHER MORAL STANDARD’:Wang said she did nothing wrong, but must live up to expectations, while a woman denied Wang cheated her husband in a land deal

Taipei Times
Date: Nov 27, 2015
By: Stacy Hsu  /  Staff reporter

Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) vice presidential candidate Jennifer Wang (王如

The wife of a landowner surnamed Hsiao speaks to reporters yesterday in Miaoli County’s Nanjhuang Township concerning allegations that Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) vice presidential candidate Jennifer Wang forced Hsiao to buy back a hillside plot of land he previously sold to Wang.  Photo: CNA

The wife of a landowner surnamed Hsiao speaks to reporters yesterday in Miaoli County’s Nanjhuang Township concerning allegations that Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) vice presidential candidate Jennifer Wang forced Hsiao to buy back a hillside plot of land he previously sold to Wang. Photo: CNA

玄) yesterday pledged to move out of the government dormitory in which she and her husband have been living for a decade as soon as possible, as the controversy surrounding her real-estate dealings continues to snowball.

“The faculty dormitory we have been living in was applied for in accordance with the regulations and our residence there is legal,” Wang told reporters yesterday morning.

As a human-rights attorney, Wang said her decisions are based on legal reasoning, but that she understood a vice presidential candidate would be subjected to a higher moral standard.     [FULL  STORY]

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