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May, 24, 2016

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LY inaugurates groups for better diplomacy with EU
The Legislative Yuan on Thursday inaugurated "amity associations" for deepening diplomacy with the European Union.
 
What will Tsai do?
Highway toll collectors protest outside Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) headquarters in Taipei on Thursday, May 19.
 
A number of foreign dignitaries, leaders of Taiwan's various political parties and mayors of the country's six municipalities are expected to attend the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) on Friday in Taipei,
 
Rain has been forecast for Saturday and will last through Monday due to the approach of a weather front after two days of stable weather, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said Thursday.
 
The government is to begin collecting fees from July for the disposal of dredged material into the sea, in an effort to protect Taiwan's marine environment.
 
High drama as KMT party whip election ends in tie
The Kuomintang (KMT) caucus vote on Wednesday for the newly created position of party whip ended in a dead heat between lawmakers Chen Shei-saint and Liao Kuo-tung. Both candidates received 14 votes of the 29 ballots cast, one of which was disqualified.
 
Will Tsai's focus on ASEAN prove effective?
As Taiwan prepares to embrace President-elect Tsai Ing-wen when she takes the helm as the nation's first female president on May 20, many are expecting a rosier outlook in the years to come.
 
The Legislative Yuan on Thursday inaugurated "amity associations" for deepening diplomacy with the European Union.
 
Tsai's industry-oriented education policy worries former ministry head
Former Education Minister Cheng Jei-cheng (鄭瑞成) expressed deep concern Wednesday over the incoming government's focus on training students to meet industry manpower needs.
 
A top White House adviser on Tuesday said the United States would not make demands on the content of President-elect Tsai Ing-wen's inaugural address.
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