Top gov’t agencies reveal their visions for pension reform — and they don’t both like the look of the reform committee’s draft

The China Post
Date: March 31, 2017
By: Stephanie Chao

TAIPEI, Taiwan — After a day of heated protests by retired public servants, the

Examination Yuan and Executive Yuan on Thursday rolled out their versions of contentious pension reform regulations.

The agencies were tasked with making revisions to laws drafted by a pension reform committee — the revised versions will now move from the administrative branch to the Legislature for review by lawmakers.

The Examination Yuan oversees civil servants; the Executive Yuan was tasked with revising regulations governing public school teachers and private sector workers.

The Executive Yuan’s bill closely followed the wording of the committee’s version; however, the Examination Yuan deviated on some key points.    [FULL  STORY]

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