‘ROCK BOTTOM’: Ruey-Beei Wu said NTU’s presidential election should be redone from the initial review stage, including the committee and university council votes
Date: Sep 26, 2018
By: Ann Maxon / Staff reporter
Ruey-Beei Wu (吳瑞北), a National Taiwan University (NTU) electrical
engineering professor and a candidate for university presidential, yesterday filed an administrative litigation against the Ministry of Education and the school, asking that the university redo its presidential election from the beginning instead of from the final round of voting.
As a candidate, he would be able ask the court to speed up the judicial process and help resolve the controversy more effectively, he wrote on Facebook.
The university’s presidential election in January became embroiled in controversies after NTU finance professor Kuan Chung-ming (管中閔) was elected president and then accused of failing to disclose a conflict of interest. [FULL STORY]