By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
The Democratic Progressive Party will hold a workshop for incoming
legislators after Lunar New Year to discuss priority policies as well as controversial policies of the caretaker government, a DPP official said on Sunday.
The DPP will become a majority in the new legislature when it is sworn in on Feb. 1.
The DPP’s caucus and policy committee will hold a legislator workshop for incoming legislators after Lunar New Year when the party’s caucus and each committee have decided on their members, DPP Policy Committee deputy executive director Shih Keh-he said Sunday.
All legislators are invited to attend the workshop, which will focus on discussions of rules and operations of the legislature, priority bills, major policy proposals introduced during the presidential and legislative election campaign, as well as controversial policies of the caretaker government. [FULL STORY]