Want China Times
Taiwan’s ruling Kuomintang spokesman said Tuesday that the party has returned over 90% of
its allegedly “illicit property”–totaling 219 assets–to the rightful owners, with the remaining 10 percent to be “finished off” by the end of this month.
Lin Yi-hua, director of the party’s Culture and Communications Committee, said the remaining 10 controversial assets will all have been given back to their legitimate owners by July 31, as the party is determined to end the controversy once and for all.
Lin said seven of the 10 problem assets have already been handed back to the rightful owners, with the remaining three scheduled to change hands before the end of the month.
He said the KMT has been handling the issue in accordance with Control Yuan member Huang Huang-hsiung’s April, 2001 investigative report and the Executive Yuan’s 2006 report on KMT assets–conclusive reports made when the opposition Democratic Progressive Party was the country’s ruling party. [FULL STORY]