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Title: Abeyance of Control Power: Impact on Constitutional Government
Authors: 高永光
Date: 2007
Issue Date: 2008-10-21 15:16:42 (UTC+8)
Publisher: National Policy Foundation
Abstract: President Chen made the nomination of Members of the Control Yuan when the fifth Legislative Yuan was about to be dissolved and the sixth Legislative Yuan to be elected. However, the fifth and sixth Legislative Yuan, did not act on the nomination. Thus, the constitutional power of control was not exercised for more than two years. In this article,we will try to examine and analyze two questions: first, to what degree does this dysfunction impact the operation of a constitutional government? Second, Will it impact the future development of the constitutional system?
Relation: Taiwan Development Perspectives 2007
Data Type: book/chapter
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