UNNECESSARY:The DPP said an NPP call for a resolution opposing the sale of CNS to MSPE is redundant, as it has already secured a pledge from the Investment Commission
Date: , Feb 17, 2016
By: Chang Hsiao-ti and Jonathan Chin / Staff reporter, with staff writer
The New Power Party (NPP) yesterday announced its legislative agenda,
which includes introducing bills to institutionalize the transition of governments, combat media monopolies and increase transparency in cross-strait negotiations, as well as amend disaster relief and compensation laws.
The party made the announcement at a news conference held after its caucus met in Taipei to set its priorities in the Legislative Yuan session that is to begin on Friday.
NPP Chairman and Legislator Huang Kuo-chang (黃國昌) said that the party’s priority is to introduce a draft act to regulate the transition of power between governments by specifying how outgoing administrations handoff their responsibilities to incoming administrations. [FULL STORY]