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DPP rift
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Legislator Ker Chien-min rally outside the DPP headquarters, Wednesday, Nov. 30. Ker, convener of the DPP legislative caucus, has been under fire for trying to make a compromise on the party-proposed same-sex marriage bill.
KMT stages protest over asset seizure
Kuomintang (KMT) politicians and employees descended on the Ill-gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee (IGPASC) in Taipei twice on Tuesday, demanding to enter the premises before being held back by a large police contingent.
Ex-CAA chief'willing to take over' TransAsia
Chang Kuo-cheng (張國政), former director general of the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA,民航局), said Tuesday he was "willing to take over" recently-dissolved TransAsia Airways (復興航空), urging the government to delay a revocation of the airline's flying rights set for today.
Tsai losing support of female business leaders: poll
President Tsai Ing-wen is losing the support of female business leaders, according to a new poll released Tuesday.
The Legislative Yuan on Tuesday passed an amendment to the Civil Servants Election and Recall Act, which lowers the minimum turnout threshold needed to recall an elected official, and permits campaigning during recall proceedings.
The nation's first-ever cross-agency humanitarian relief exercise was staged Tuesday in waters off Taiping Island in the South China Sea, the R.O.C. Coast Guard Administration (CGA) said.
A bill that would make Taiwan the first Asian country to legalize same-sex marriage is rolling through the legislative system, but the push to approve necessary proposals has become mired in dispute and amendments will likely have to wait until next April at the earliest to be finalized.
Taiwan will see a warmer winter this year, and the median temperature could set a record high, the Center Weather Bureau (CWB) predicted Tuesday.
Two magnitude 4.1 earthquakes struck eastern Taiwan in a span of six minutes Tuesday afternoon, according to the Central Weather Bureau.
Indigenous rights protest
Tama Talum of the indigenous Bunun tribe, fourth from right, speaks outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday, Nov. 29, urging society and law to return indigenous traditional culture to its people.
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