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1641 Chen's gone, the system lives on Jerome Keating 425
1642 Pro-China politics and the tracking of stocks J. Michael Cole 423
1643 Lai delivers the wrong message in Washington James Wang 375
1644 Praising Chiang and poisoning the nation Changqing Cao 425
1645 Beijing's whitewash backfires Taipei Times 501
1646 China's next target: the film industry Taipei Times 392
1647 Faulty MRT symbol of dodgy Ma Allen Houng 516
1648 Support for sovereignty and DPP no longer tied Cho-shu Lin 436
1649 Cross-strait rules that may harm the public Di-ying Huang 352
1650 The shame of restoring a memorial to a killer Ing-wen Tsai 413
1651 A true experience of White Terror Paul Lin 348
1652 Thanks for nothing, Mr Ma Alex Raymond 457
1653 The tyrant is back in the hall Taipei Times 396
1654 Taiwanese should blame themselves Tien-lin Huang 392
1655 China and Chinese are al-Qaeda's new target J. Michael Cole 520
1656 Let's play a game: Slap our president Taipei Times 513
1657 The limits of Ma's achievements Taipei Times 401
1658 Detained by a lawless judiciary Chi-yao Huang 409
1659 Why 2012 will be a deadly deadline J. Michael Cole 516
1660 Yonaguni Island and changing relations HoonTing 487
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Control Yuan member Chen Shih-meng, right, and former Taipei Awakening Foundation director-general Yang Fang-wan speak during an interview in Taipei on Jan. 29.
Photo: Chien Jung-fong, Taipei Times

The Control Yuan is to investigate a skit staged by prosecutors in 2009 satirizing former president Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁), a performance that has raised doubts about the credibility of the nation’s judicial system, Control Yuan member Chen Shih-meng (陳師孟) said yesterday.