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Dec 31, 2008

Non-punishment punishments

Diana Lee has left the KMT, though what this will mean practically is hard to say.

She'll likely retain her seat; pressure for an investigation will grow until prosecutors check out her citizenship status; she'll leave the office only if she's forced to, and the same goes for returning the years of salary she may well have illegally been collecting.

I can envision an inconclusive investigation and Diana rejoining the party before the next election.

2 comments:

Taiwan Echo said...

No-punishment Punishment,
No Mutual-denied Denial,
Consensus of No-consensus,
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and

Green card "auto-canceled",
US Citizenship "auto-nullified",
Chiang-Chen Agreement "auto-effective",
illegal Red Army "auto-legalized on-site"

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Everything auto, you don't need the law in Taiwan. The only thing you need is to follow what the blue camp say.

STOP Ma said...

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Echo,

Don't you know? Authoritarianism is the new aspiration for more and more nations world-wide.

Democracy is way too messy and chaotic.

/SNARK
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