By: Matthew Strong, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Former vice-presidential candidate Jennifer Wang did not break any laws by buying and selling about a dozen military apartments, prosecutors said Friday, officially closing her case.
During the race for the January 16 presidential election, Wang faced allegations she had violated the law by buying apartments originally designed for low-income military families and then reselling them at the profit. The case came into the open shortly after Kuomintang presidential candidate Eric Liluan Chu picked the former labor minister as his running mate. [FULL STORY]