The Legislative Yuan will today (27) invite the President of the Executive, Su Zhenchang, to attend the policy address and prepare for questions.
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[Reporter Yang Chengyu/Taipei Report] The Legislative Yuan will today invite Executive President Su Zhenchang to attend the policy address and prepare for questions.
Su Kui mentioned in his report that the government promotes transitional justice with the greatest sincerity. After the Commission for Promoting Transitional Justice (hereinafter referred to as the “Transfer Promotion”) was dissolved in accordance with the law, the Executive Yuan newly established the Human Rights and Transitional Justice Division to continue coordinating related tasks and coordinating with various ministries and committees. Keep trying.
He also revealed that yesterday (26) he had held the first meeting of the Executive Yuan's "Journal of Promoting Transitional Justice".
The term of the transfer promotion will expire at the end of May this year, and it will be dissolved after submitting a task summary report to the Chief Executive in accordance with the law.
On May 17, the Legislative Yuan will approve some amendments to the "Promotion of Transformational Justice Regulations" in the third reading. , coordination and supervision.
And after the disbandment of the transfer promotion association, the work of transformational justice will also be handed over to the 6 competent authorities to continue to handle according to the nature of the task.
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Su Kui's policy address this session focuses on the three main themes of expanding the economy, benefiting the Chinese people, and protecting Taiwan.
Regarding the "Protect Taiwan" section, Su Zhenchang mentioned that the voice of international friends and I was rising, and international dignitaries visited Taiwan to express their support, and also reported on the promotion of human rights.
Su Zhenchang said that although Taiwan is not a member of the United Nations, the government can independently undertake to fulfill its obligations under international human rights conventions. Five of the nine major human rights conventions of the United Nations have been domestically legalized.
This year, my country has gone through the international review of the three major conventions. The government adopted the UN Human Rights Convention as a guideline and adopted the first "National Human Rights Action Plan" in May as a program to promote human rights action plans including enterprises and fisheries, and improve human rights protection.
Su Kui revealed that he had held the first meeting of the "Journal of Promoting Transformational Justice" yesterday (26th).
Taiwan's transition from authoritarianism to democracy has been turbulent and bumpy. It is not easy. The government promotes transitional justice with the greatest sincerity.
After the Council for the Promotion of Transfer is dissolved in accordance with the law, the newly established Human Rights and Transitional Justice Division of the Executive Yuan will continue to coordinate related tasks and continue to work with all ministries.