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    Title: Imbalance of Five-powered Government
    Authors: 高永光
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2008-10-21 15:16:56 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: National Policy Foundation
    Abstract: The five powers of the Republic of China were made imbalanced in 2005. The DPP wants to abolish the Control Yuan, which is to discipline guilty functionaries, and the Examination Yuan, which holds civil service examinations. The Legislative Yuan has not acted on the nomination of President Chen and this led to an idle Control Yuan since Feb. 2005. Although the Examination Yuan continues to operate despite President Chen' s strong propose of its abolishment, it could not act in the interest of the public for it was politicized. The five-powered government founded by Dr. Sun Yat-sen should be maintained for the principle of democracy.
    Relation: Taiwan Development Perspectives 2006
    Data Type: book/chapter
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