- Both sides
- current events
- Ministries and agencies
- 31 Article
Chen Shimeng, "Supervisory Committee Member" of Taiwan. (Image source: "China Times Newsletter")
China Taiwan Net December 25 The DPP's "dual standard" action has aroused the anger of the people on the island. According to Taiwan ’s “China Times Newspaper”, recently, Chen Blei ’s son and Taiwan ’s “Supervisory Committee Member” Chen Shimeng claimed that he requested to consult the innocent judge of the former Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou in January next year. Rebound. Taiwan's "Judges Association" launched a joint signing activity on the 18th to protest against Chen Shimeng's abuse of power. As of the 23rd, 70% and 1,406 judges have participated, and hundreds of prosecutors and lawyers have joined. This was the island's largest number of judges in solidarity with the protest.
The reason for the dispute over Chen Shimeng ’s abuse of power was that Ma Yingjiu was sued for leaks. The Taipei Procuratorate convicted him. Chen Shimeng claimed to investigate the testimony of the judge's acquittal. He issued an appointment notice and asked the Taipei Provincial Procuratorate to try the judge next year Under investigation on January 16.
Taiwan's "Judges Association" issued a statement last week, resolutely opposed to Chen Shimeng's direct review of the core issues of the legal opinions, testimony formation, and factual determination expressed by the judges, exercised the right to investigate, consulted the judges, and resolutely defended the independence of the trial. And "judicial" dignity.
Taiwan's "Judges Association" also initiated a joint signing on this incident. As of the 23rd, the number of legal professionals in Taiwan participating in the signing has reached 1,512. The signing activity is still ongoing.
Regarding this, the people on the island have also expressed their dissatisfaction. Some netizens asked, "Chen Shimeng, why do you do this?" "Taiwan people look down on you and only do blue but not green!" Some netizens said, "Let these people 2020 Every year, they will be removed, otherwise they will only intensify even more. "(Jia Ruolan, Taiwan, China)
[Responsible editor: Jia Ruolan]