Pension reform opponents quarrel over fundraising

ADMINISTRATIVE RIGHTSA civil servants’ group says it needs money to pay for an office beside the Legislative Yuan, where it expects to go into battle for the next year

Taipei Times
Date: Feb 19, 2017
By: Abraham Gerber / Staff reporter

The National Civil Servant Association will no longer participate in meetings of the Alliance for Monitoring Pension Reform, association president Harry Lee (李來希) said yesterday, as divisions over fundraising solidified.

Lee said the association would not participate in alliance meetings “for the time being,” also ruling out restoring alliance convener Huang Yao-nan’s (黃耀南) administrative rights to the group’s Facebook page until National Federation of Education Unions members “admit their mistake.”

Huang also serves as the association’s director-general, but was stripped of his administrative rights to the group’s Facebook page after a squabble over what account information should be provided when soliciting donations.

National Federation of Education Unions vice president Liu Ya-ping (劉亞平) issued a series of heated missives last week over the incident, accusing Lee of being avaricious and violating previous alliance resolutions.    [FULL  STORY]

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