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No.1 "Taiwan prosecutors" on Yandex of Russia, 2024-4-19, 2023-12-4, 2023-11-21, 2023-7-17, 2023-5-28;

  No.1 "Taiwan's prosecutors" on Yandex of Russia, 2022-1-12, 2021-9-1  pic. : No.1 "Taiwan judiciary" on Bing, 2024-4-19, 2023-12-4, 2023-5-28, 2023-4-15, 11-20-2020, 9-5-2020



TIME, 2023-11-20  the government's judicial reform website hasn't been updated since 2020. “Does that mean the government didn't do anything or just doesn't care about this topic?” asked the spokesman for a lawyer's group pointedly.  time.com/6336441/taiwan-presidental-election-william-lai-profile/
TaiwanPlus, 2023-3-6 Taiwan Poll Finds Widespread Public Mistrust of Prosecutors /  msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/taiwan-poll-finds-widespread-public-mistrust-of-prosecutors-taiwanplus-news/vi-AA18glWE
National ChungCheng University (ccu.edu),   2023-2-13 study found the percentage of Taiwanese trust in the judges is 32.8%.
China Times, 2023-7-30 Taiwan vice president Lai Ching-te says there is a long long way to go before the legal reform satisfying the public.  In 2019, Mr. Lai said the legal reform will be half way done if we can eliminate rotten and illegal judges and prosecutors.  chinatimes.com/opinion/20230730002752-262101?chdtv
  United Daily, 2023-7-17 Tens of thousands joined a protest in Taipei, their main demand was to express dissatisfaction with judiciary and housing price. the KMT's Hou You-yi says judicial reform is an empty shell, Terry Guo says both policy are "bad checks", Dr. Ko Wen-je of Taiwan People's Party says the public do not trust our legal system.  udn.com/news/story/123619/7304940?from=udn_ch2cate6638sub123619_pulldownmenu_v2
   United Daily  (聯合報), 2023-11-18
 The very serious "abnormal" relationship between the police and the prosecution was exposed recently.  The systems of judiciary, prosecution and police are rotten from the roots.udn.com/news/story/7338/7582230?from=udn_ch2cate6643sub7338_pulldownmenu_v2
  China Times, 2023-7-31 the public repeatedly question the prosecutors take politics into considerations to conclude legal cases. chinatimes.com/opinion/20230731004404-262101?chdtv  brief
  United Daily, 2023-7-18 Many judgments or conclusions follow directions from the ruling party  udn.com/news/story/7338/7307107?from=udn_ch2cate6643sub7338_pulldownmenu_v2
United Daily, 2023-12-4

In the prosecution & investigation gov., promotion by political loyalty (政治掛帥的封官圖) has already badly damaged our national civil service system (文官體制)

  United Daily , editorial , 2023-8-21 Taiwan's judiciary is inactive in major cases, but gives heavy penalties to minor cases /  The public's long-standing mistrust of the judiciary lies in wanton abuses of enforcement power, very doubtful measurements of penalties or unclear standards by the prosecutor/judges, too light or too heavy of the judgments; e.g., the prosecutors did nothing to a NT$  billions suspected cases - HsinChu City Baseball Court, but gave 12-years sentence to a NT$8000 case.   udn.com/news/story/7338/7382647?from=udn_ch2_menu_v2_main_cate
  United Daily, editorial, 2023-5-28

Take a lesson from S. Korea ! their judiciary dares to strictly investigate and severely punish presidents.  The only solution to avoid a rotten Taiwan is an independent prosecutor system  udn.com/news/story/7338/7195377?from=udn-catehotnews_ch2

  United Daily,  2023-7-9 Taipei City Councilor: Taiwanese people don't trust the prosecutor system in recent years  udn.com/news/story/6656/7288637?from=udn_ch2cate6638sub6656_pulldownmenu_v2
 China Times, editorial , 2023-4-10 an anti-corruption union is what Taiwan needs, KMT earns public trust on anti-corruption issue?  ...The vaccine procurement case involving huge profits is full of doubts, but the prosecutors and investigation gov. don't even touch it !  chinatimes.com/opinion/20230410004586-262101?chdtv
  United Daily, 2023-4-1 Taiwan judiciary suppresses the opposition, lets go the ruling party (打壓在野黨 輕縱執政黨 司法想當鷹犬?)  udn.com/news/story/11091/7072002?from=udn_ch2cate6643sub11091_pulldownmenu_v2
  United Daily, 2023-4-23 Taipei chief prosecutor steps down for low degree of adaptability (on HsinChu city mayor Ann Kao's case), disappointing the top rankingSome other prosecutors did good job on major political cases got promotion.  udn.com/news/story/7338/7116838?from=udn_ch2cate6643sub7338_pulldownmenu_v2



pic. :  No.1 "Taiwan judiciary" on Yandex of Russia, 2024-4-19, 2023-12-4, 2023-5-28, 2022-3-24, 2021-9-13, 2021-4-18, 11-20-2020, 2-28-2018;  


pic.: No.1 "Taiwan prosecutors"
on Bing, 2023-7-17, 2023-5-28, 2023-4-15




 US Country Reports on Human Rights Practices released at 2022-4-12 (state.gov/reports/2021-country-reports-on-human-rights-practices/taiwan/):
nthe Ministry of Justice and the Judicial Yuan referred six officials to the Control Yuan for criminal investigation, including former minister of justice Tseng Yung-fu, former prosecutor general Wu Ying-chao, and two others for investigation of noncriminal misconduct, including Supreme Administrative Court judge..., the Judicial Yuan referred six former judges to the Control Yuan for investigation of noncriminal misconduct.  the Ministry of Justice investigated 77 other incumbent and former judicial and law enforcement officials implicated in similar behavior with the same businessperson.
na senior investigator of the Ministry of Justice's Investigation Bureau was indicted for corruption for allegedly profiting from the sale of narcotics worth more than 168 million New Taiwan dollars ($5.6 million) seized in law enforcement investigations over eight years.


  United Daily , editorial , 2023-5-24 : KMT law maker pointed out officer(s) of Taiwan's FBI (investigation gov. 調查局) invested NT$ 13 million on im.B fraud platform, a "star" level prosecutor was also entertained by fraud group.  udn.com/news/story/123523/7188786?from=udn_ch2cate6638sub123523_pulldownmenu_v2


  China Times ( 中時),  2023-5-26: The ruling party's power goes over the law - high-ranking officials like premier (蘇貞昌) and minister of transportation (王國材) both said the same phrase "No need to do investigation" (「不必查」) as long as those involved are "our men".  chinatimes.com/opinion/20230526004293-262101?chdtv


  United Daily , editorial , 2023-5-24 : After taking office since 2016, the ruling party has completely controlled over the personnel of the judiciary and other independent agencies, repeatedly intervening in particular cases, and constantly creating unconstitutional and illegal cases. A number of resolutions of the judicial reform meeting so far have no follow-up .  After midterm election's defeat, grass-roots everywhere voiced dissatisfactions.  The public don't trust justice - The law enforcement gov. covered up the power and rich, saw the other way as black-gold and corruption returned, instead, frequently refer those criticized the government to justice, The Social Order Maintenance Act, which the DPP advocated to abolish while in opposition, has now become a sharp weapon to suppress people's freedom of speechudn.com/news/story/7338/7185987?from=udn-catehotnews_ch2


United Daily (聯合報 社 評), editorial, 2023-1-12 : The courthouse is still a business run by the ruling party   udn.com/news/story/11091/6906767?from=udn_ch2cate6643sub11091_pulldownmenu_v2


  China Times ( 中時),  2023-2-18: Since Tsai Ing-wen was elected as president, her influence has penetrated into the judicial system, the admin. has directed the judiciary what and how to do.  Most of Taiwan's presidents were graduated from law school, but only to exploit the law and abuse their power...  (台灣領導人多數是學法出身,卻被視為玩法弄權者,成民主毒瘤)  chinatimes.com/opinion/20230217003946-262101?chdtv


  China Times, editorial, 2022-11-16:  After the Democratic Progressive Party came to power, the judiciary is willing to degenerate under the selective handling of cases. As long as the case is related to the ruling party, the legal system would delay judging it or concluding it, or even tried to overturn the case through retrial. chinatimes.com/opinion/20221116005059-262101?chdtv


  China Times, editorial, 2022-12-25:  After Taiwan's ruling party drubbed in midterm election, in a review DPP held for its loss, the grassroots reported that (1) black gold (2) the judiciary loses the public trust (3) too many fraud and criminal (murder or killing) cases are main factors     chinatimes.com/opinion/20221225002471-262101?chdtv


  FTV news (民視 ftvnews.com.tw/video/detail/EZGVKONcl4I  ), 2022-12-17: Taipei city mayor Ko: I still hope that the judiciary is the last line of defense of the country, so far it has not met this standard (希望司法是國家最後一道防線,到目前為止還沒有達到這個標準).  Expert:   Justice is not the last line of defense for social justice.  The judiciary has no way to convince Taiwanese people. All signs of judicial reform are gone. Prosecutors might be self-restricting (自我限縮) themselves depending who the suspect is (Varies from person to person).  The variables are too big for us to believe.  Many judges and prosecutors transfer their job to be a lawyer, rising the question that - is judging or investigation working well ? The current judges and prosecutors are their juniors, the field of judiciary still "respect" the ethics.  In today's Taiwan, the clients usually do not ask which lawyer is more capable or more experienced, but ask whether or not the lawyer is familiar with judges and prosecutors. They are all talking about relationships and connections! Taiwan's judicial reform will never work !   資深媒體人吳國棟