‘They’re fabricating evidence’: KMT committee leaders storm out of ill-gotten assets committee hearing

The China Post
Date: June 6, 2017
By: The China Post

Kuomintang (KMT) Administration and Management Committee Deputy Director Lee Fu-chuan (李福軒) stormed out of an Ill-gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee public hearing Tuesday, charging the administration with “fabricating evidence to incriminate (the opposition KMT)” and “abusing government power.”

The committee seeks to probe KMT party assets, which if determined to be “ill-gotten” would be returned to the state or their rightful owners.

Lee left the public hearing within the first hour and threatened to sue Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) spokespersons Juan Chao-hsiung (阮昭雄), Chang Chih-hao (張志豪) and Wu Pei-yi (吳沛憶) for slander.

Addressing a “reopened” probe into a land sale, Lee said the KMT bought the land beneath the party’s National Development and Research Institute at the price of NT$105 per ping in 1962, at a price point NT$10 per ping higher than the market price from the previous year.    [FULL  STORY]

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