WRONG ADDRESS:KMT workers should take the matter to the party, which still has legal income, an Ill-gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee spokeswoman said
Date: Oct 14, 2016
By: Yang Chun-hui and Jonathan Chin / Staff reporter, with staff writer
About 30 Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) workers, led by former KMT legislator Wu Yu-ren (吳育
仁), yesterday morning protested outside the office building of the Ill-gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee in Taipei, saying its freeze of KMT assets has harmed the rights of party workers.
The demonstrators are members of the Mutual Help Association for Party Workers’ Rights, an organization of KMT workers that Wu established.
The protesters read aloud articles of the Constitution pertaining to the protection of labor rights, and flung empty salary envelopes in the direction of the committee’s office.
Wu shouted: “It is not illegal to storm the Executive Yuan,” before leading the group in an attempt to charge into the building. [FU[LL STORY]
A brief confrontation with the police ensued.