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I'll quit KMT race if you can prove I'm behind membership influx: Wu
Former Vice President Wu Den-yih said Thursday that if anyone could provide evidence he had directed the recent surge in new Kuomintang (KMT) members, he would end his bid to become the party's next leader.
 
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Thursday March 23, 2017.
 
The wife and daughter of Kang Yu-hsun (康育薰), the driver of a bus that crashed and killed both himself and 32 passengers last month, has slammed his employer for failing to provide compensation.
 
The Labor Ministry was under fire again Wednesday as lawmakers identified additional loopholes in the administration's workweek law that they say enable employers to continue exploiting their workers.
 
The Defense Ministry on Wednesday issued a rare threat to sue a journalist over a report it says could hurt the unity of the armed forces, triggering outrage and fears that the move could harm press freedom.
 
Prosecutors in an alleged corruption case against Former Academia Sinica President Wong Chi-huey (翁啟惠) said Wednesday that they were seeking to revise the charges, which could lead to a life sentence if Wong is convicted.
 
We didn't plagiarize KMT's infrastructure plan: premier
Premier Lin Chuan (林全) and his spokesman on Tuesday rebutted claims that the government's newly announced infrastructure plan had plagiarized proposals made by the preceding Ma Ying-jeou administration.
 
Mixed picture for unemployment in February
Taiwan's jobless rate in February edged slightly higher in February on a nominal basis but was relatively flat after being adjusted for seasonal factors, the Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS) reported on Wednesday.
 
70% see no increase in overtime pay: survey
Dissatisfaction is rife over new labor laws on overtime pay.
 
Bus operator
Family members of the bus driver killed along with 31 passengers in a crash in February have accused the bus operator of ignoring their plight.
 
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