Ko Eliminates Mayoral Order Letter Because of Yang Hui-ju?|蔡壁如爆料 曾有3名女性要巿長專箋補助
Just how much money did the Taipei City Government give Yang Hui-ju? City advisor Tsai Pi-ru says Yang "helped out" at city hall during Ko Wen-je's first year as mayor and was constantly asking Ko for extrabudgetary subsidies. According to Tsai, Ko rejected all of the requests and ultimately eliminated mayoral order letters. Yang then turned to a Democratic Progressive Party city councillor for help, hoping the councillor could use her influence to change Ko's mind. Ko says he got rid of more than just mayoral order letters.
I abolished a charitable period for Taipei Dome. In the past, 50 days were taken into account and 20 days for the mayoral order. I got rid of that. That's one. And then, sports subsidies had a scoring standard that were used to decide the size of the subsidy.
Was this the end of the relationship between Ko and Yang? According to Ko, he has abolished as many discretionary powers as possible and is getting rid of loopholes as they are discovered. Taipei City Labor Commissioner Lai Hsiang-lin, meanwhile, is tackling the online food delivery management issue.
Lai is calling for the passage of autonomous regulations to deal with the spate of labor disputes involving online food delivery platforms. If passed, these would be the first regulations of their kind in Taiwan. Lai also plans to take her cause to the legislature.
Would a local autonomous law like this have enough coverage? I think we still to face reality: If I can approach the central government -- if I can get a seat in the legislature, I believe we can promulgate this law nationwide and not just pass an autonomous regulation in Taipei City.
Lai plans to resign in mid-December to focus on the election. Tsai and Taipei City Deputy Spokesperson Huang Jing-ying tendered their resignations on the 6th.
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