Yes or No for Chen Chu? Poll Shows Similar Results|陳菊任監察院長民調 支持反對比例近
The Taiwanese Public Opinion Foundation has released the results of its latest poll. Respondents were asked about Chen Chu becoming Control Yuan president and 43 percent of people say Chen Chu is suitable while 42 percent say she is not. Meanwhile, ruling and opposition lawmakers are both calling for the abolishment of the Examination Yuan and Control Yuan. The poll showed it is a polarizing issue.
After lawmakers confirmed the government's Control Yuan appointments and passed various bills, President Tsai Ing-wen vowed to amend the constitution and abolish the Control Yuan and Examination Yuan. According to a new Taiwanese Public Opinion Foundation poll, 43 percent of people say Chen Chu is a suitable Control Yuan president while 42 percent say she is not. In addition, 40 and 45 percent, respectively, support abolishing the Examination Yuan and Control Yuan.
The foundation says Tsai proposed constitutional reforms without doing any kind of preparatory work and the Democratic Progressive Party caucus using its majority to force through the Control Yuan appointment during an extraordinary session along the citizen judge bill show that Tsai is running an oligarchy.
Voters are very pessimistic about constitutional reform, the main reason being Tsai Ing-wen's careless and aimless approach towards constitutional reform.
The DPP has gone missing. Otherwise, they wouldn't have been talking about abolishing the Examination Yuan and Control Yuan for decades and people wouldn't be mocking them for their false promises. This administration really is not very progressive at all.
In addition, 58.6 percent of poll respondents said they are satisfied with Tsai's performance while 34 percent said they were not. Former Tainan County Magistrate Su Huan-chih says Taiwan is a strategic pawn in US-China relations and the Tsai administration is benefiting. The KMT will release its own version of constitutional revisions next week.
There is kind of a consensus on (the Examination Yuan and Control Yuan) are part of the constitution, but more discussion will be needed on the reallocation of their duties.
Lin Wei-chou says there is a consensus on abolishing the Examination Yuan and Control Yuan and the next series of discussions will focus on how to reallocate the duties of the two yuans. However, there are also concerns within the KMT about the impact of eliminating one or two of the five branches of government.
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