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Jan 18, 2010

Like Michael Turton, I found this essay to be particularly comprehensive, outlining KMT plans to keep local officials in charge after the county mergers (largely KMT or KMT-friendly independents). The KMT claims there is precedent for this move and so it is certainly constitutional and legal.

Well, the KMT already passed the bill this afternoon, though the DPP put up a fight.

So if the DPP intends to press this bill's constitutionality or legality, they'd better get the case before a judge in a hurry. Time is a-wastin'!

1 comment:

Raj said...

What's the point of asking for a constitutional interpretation? Even if the court agrees with it, the KMT legislators will ignore it or spend the next four years debating what to do.