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Chairman Chu Proposes Reforms on Party Assets, Think Tank, and Organization


 KMT News Release

Chairman Chu Proposes Reforms on Party Assets, Think Tank, and Organization


Sources: All Taipei newspapers

Jan. 22 2015


In a regular KMT Central Standing Committee meeting yesterday, KMT Chairman Eric Chu (朱立倫) stated that during his campaign for the chairmanship by-election, many esteemed members of the party and the public had provided numerous useful suggestions. With regard to party assets, he would ask attorney Wang Ju-hsuan (王如玄) and KMT legislator Liao Cheng-ching (廖正井) to invite a group of respected, professional and independent  figures to examine and inventory the party's assets and finances as soon as possible.    


With regard to the KMT's think tank, Chairman Chu stated that he would ask Vice Chairman Hau Lung-bin (郝龍斌) to convene meetings for discussions in order to revitalize the think tank so as to strengthen its functions.


With regard to the KMT's organization, Eric Chu would ask KMT Vice Chairwoman Huang Min-hui (黃敏惠) to convene meetings to discuss how to readjust the organization of the KMT so as to streamline the party's organization, making it internally created, with the aid of more volunteer workers, and ready for battle.


Moreover, during yesterday's meeting, the Central Standing Committee approved the KMT's new personnel lineup nominated by Chairman Chu, including those for vice chairmen and secretary-general.     

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