【The China Post 每日精選】:一

【The China Post 每日精選】:一 英文中國郵報 2017/05/16 06:13:00 TAIPEI, Taiwan — The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) pushed its controversial infrastructure bill through initial review Monday amid protests in the Legislative Yuan.▲圖/翻攝自中國郵報Committee convener DPP Legislator Chiu Yi-ying read paragraphs of the bill amid protests from opposition Kuomintang (KMT), lawmakers, who threw fake Taiwanese dollars and sprayed water.It was a continuation of weeks of physical altercation aimed at obstructing the eight-year NT$880 billion bill. The bill still faces uncertainty as it must pass another round of party negotiations.Before the committee review, KMT Legislator Wang Yu-min claimed that over 60 percent of Taiwanese wanted a rewrite of the infrastructure bill.After addressing reporters, she started spraying water and throwing the fake bills toward DPP lawmakers.Chiu, in a repeat of her actions from over two weeks ago, read the bill's contents over opposition protests and forced it through first reading.The bill's first passage through initial review — also presided over by Chiu — was annulled after she admitted to failing to handle procedures properly. 上一頁 下一頁



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