Radio Taiwan International
President Tsai Ing-wen said Monday that she trusts Taiwan’s Constitutional Court to
continue to uphold the country’s democratic order and protect the human rights of citizens.
The president was speaking at an event to mark 70 years since the Constitutional Court first sat. That followed the adoption of the current Republic of China constitution at the end of 1947.
The event was attended by 15 of Taiwan’s top justices as well as legal scholars from home and abroad, including from the United States, Canada and European countries.