‘LIES’:The TSU said questions remain over KMT ownership over 21 properties, which include seven that a National Audit Office report said the KMT was illegally occupying
Date: , Aug 28, 2015
By: Loa Iok-sin / Staff reporter
The Taiwan Solidarity Union (TSU) caucus yesterday panned Chinese Nationalist Party
(KMT) Chairman Eric Chu’s (朱立倫) claim that he has resolved the issue of the party’s controversial assets, calling it a lie.
Chu said at the KMT’s weekly Central Standing Committee meeting on Wednesday that he has finished taking care of all of the party’s controversial assets, declaring that they are now all legal.
However, the TSU asserted that there are still at least 21 questionable properties.
“Questions remain about KMT ownership of land or buildings used by 21 of its local chapters across the nation. These include the seven that the National Audit Office has designated in its annual report as being illegally occupied [by the KMT],” TSU caucus whip Lai Chen-chang (賴振昌) told a press conference. [FULL STORY]