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Mar 10, 2009

Are you kidding me?

Note: Corrections in comments and in post above.

Be sure to catch Taiwan Echo's post: Ma Govt Requires Public Servants to Pass Exam on PRC Constitution.

As shocking as it is true, this news also demonstrates the government must believe the PRC Constitution counts for something. But of course the Communist Party respects that document even less than Bush did the US'.

While not in and of itself a political concession, this kind of useless and ideological policy shift points the way to the future.

Also be sure to check out this Taipei Times article: ‘Big Brother’ bill stirs up DPP anger


Michael Turton said...

Jason, it's only for high grade exams for certain China-concerned positions, like the MAC. It's not the whole civil service, and actually makes sense.

阿牛 said...

Thanks, and I've updated based on your looking into this today.