Government to collect suggestions on judicial reform

Taipei Times
Date: Nov 02, 2016
By: Stacy Hsu / Staff reporter

The Presidential Office yesterday urged people to voice their opinions about a plan by President Tsai Ing-wen’s (蔡英文) administration to push for judicial reform as it launched a Web site to collect suggestions from the public.

The unveiling of the Web site ( coincided with the inauguration of new Judicial Yuan appointees — President Hsu Tzong-li (許宗力), Vice President Tsai Chung-tun (蔡炯燉), and Council of Grand Justices members Hsu Chih-hsiung (許志雄), Chang Chiung-wen (張瓊文), Chan San-lin (詹森林), Huang Chao-yuan (黃昭元) and Huang Juei-min (黃瑞明).

“Everyone is concerned about the progress of the government’s judicial reform,” National Security Council adviser Lin Feng-jeng (林峰正) told an afternoon news conference. “With the swearing-in of Judicial Yuan heads and five grand justices today [yesterday], there are still three stages to go through before a national affairs conference on judicial reform can be held.”

Lin said the first stage is soliciting public opinions, which the office plans to accomplish through the Web site, where people can post their opinions and suggestions concerning the issue of judicial reform.    [FULL  STORY]

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