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Relying on the crowd in the legislature, the DPP forcibly passed the draft amendments to the "Organization of the Examination Institute" on the 10th, changing the number of members of the "Examination Institute" from 19 to 7 to 9 and the term of office also changed from 6 to 4 years.
The concept of "examination institute" is relatively new to netizens in mainland China. Therefore, it is not easy to understand the seriousness of the DPP's move. In fact, Taiwan's "examination institute" has a wide range of powers and is responsible for all kinds of examinations for civil servants. Examinations, assessment of the employment of civil servants, appointments and removals to retirement and retirement, etc. Except for the decision-making powers of the examination committee members, they also have the power to supervise the "Ministry".
After the DPP took full power, it continued to undermine Taiwan ’s original civil service system. The “examination court” repeatedly questioned the DPP ’s illegal operations. Although the effect was limited, it was regarded by the Cai authorities as “stabbing in the eyes” and attracted This is a "wretched opportunity".
"Xinhua Aobao" recently published a wealthy article that pointed out that after the Taiwan "examination institute" was forcibly slimmed down, it would not only be unable to supervise the "ministries" business, but the policy would also be substantially controlled by the ruling party. You have to know that the so-called "Procuratorate" and "Divisional Court" in Taiwan have been gradually "greened" by Tsai Ing-wen's continuous nomination of their own people. In addition, the "Executive Yuan", which is already the "home world" of the DPP, has been promoted by the DPP. By gradually nibbling at it, the party has truly grown into an ever-growing monster of power.
Behind this monster is the DPP's attempt to abolish the so-called "five powers constitution" and establish a "constitutional Taiwan independence" so-called "normal country." Since the DPP cannot and does not dare to completely abolish the current "One China Constitution" at this stage, it can only start with the abolition of the "Supervision House" and "Examination House" to pave the way for "Taiwan independence for constitutional government."
In fact, as soon as Chen Shui-bian came to power, Qiu Yiren already raised the issue of "abolishing the Five-Power Constitution." At that time, many people pointed out that Taiwan's "five powers constitution" was formulated in accordance with the will of Mr. Sun Yat-sen. Therefore, "abolishing the five powers constitution" was tantamount to "constitutional" rather than "revision of the constitution." And "constitution is constitutional Taiwan independence." However, some DPP members still have to "go all the way to the black," led by the "new trend system," and have been conducting research and promotion of the "abolition of the five powers constitution." It seems that the current practice of the DPP party group is to implement the operation in this way. This is something that needs to be highly vigilant by all people on both sides of the strait.
Previously, under the leadership of Lee Teng-hui and Chen Shui-bian, the Taiwan region had carried out "constitutional amendments" seven times, but still did not dare to "constitute constitutions." In the following, the method of "Constitutional Amendments" is added, and the "Constitution Amendment" is added. The first sentence of the "Constitutional Amendments" is specifically expressed as "in response to the needs before the unification of the country", indicating that this is the pursuit of " "The ultimate unification" of the Constitution.
Of course, DPP members are not satisfied with this. They study the ways and methods of achieving "constitutional Taiwan independence" from various angles, and list the following methods: One is to keep the current "constitution" framework in accordance with the current method. It will continue to “revise the Constitution”, but it will be more difficult to obtain the consent of more than half of the people. The second is to "comply with the status quo of the two sides of the strait", formulate a "constitution" that is suitable for the actual situation, and limit the scope of "territory" to Taiwan and Peng Jinma. It also involves "revision of the constitution." In fact, Chen Mingtong wrote under Chen Shuibian's advice Draft Constitution of the Republic of China (Second Republic). This move must also be approved by more than half of the referendums, which is also more difficult. The third is to formulate a "new constitution" with Taiwan Island as the main body, end the "Republic of China" regime, and Taiwan becomes a "normal country." This is a genuine "Taiwan independence". The DPP's "Taiwan independence party platform" and "normal national resolution" all follow this line. Of course, no matter whether it is "revision of the constitution" or "constitution", the "hurdle" is very high. This was not easy to achieve, so the DPP tried expediently to "boil frogs in warm water" gradually.
[Responsible editor: Li Jie]