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81 Trump yet to play the ultimate card Joseph Bosco 69
82 The Golden Horse event exemplifies Taiwan Michael Lin 林子堯 74
83 Election lessons for government and the DPP Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 60
84 DPP needs to change its tune Taipei Times Editorial 67
85 Analyzing the DPP election debacle Bruce Jacobs 家博 77
86 Vote to protect nation’s democracy Chang Yeh-sen, Li Chuan-hsin, Liao I-en, Weng Ming-chang, 73
87 Taiwan must face what’s in a name Jerome Keating 80
88 Voting against Chinese annexation Yen Ching-chang 顏慶章 65
89 Fu Yue speech a freedom beacon Taipei Times Editorial 67
90 Revamping Taiwan-US relations Parris Chang 張旭成 89
91 New face needed for NT$200 bills Martin Oei 黃世澤 71
92 Beijing is misreading US signals Chen Yung-chang 陳永昌 62
93 China at UN: Deflection, dirty tricks Gray Sergeant 57
94 Combating CCP effort to meddle in elections Paul Lin 林保華 81
95 Independence referendum needed Taipei Times Editorial 76
96 China must be held accountable by world Chen Nah-chia and Shieh Yi-hsiang 陳乃嘉,謝易翔 89
97 Xinjiang a stark warning for Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 86
98 Trade secrets laws must be acted on Taipei Times Editorial 87
99 Limits on referendums are suicidal Li Thian-hok 李天福 119
100 Safety committee cannot be rushed Taipei Times Editorial 89
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New Power Party Executive Chairman Huang Kuo-chang, right, and caucus convener Hsu Yung-ming, second right, react to the passing of controversial amendments to the Labor Standards Act at a news conference in Taipei on Tuesday.
Photo: CNA

Tensions appear to have intensified between Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and New Power Party (NPP) legislators after a DPP caucus official reportedly called for a review of the parties’ relationship following disputes over amendments to the Labor Standards Act (勞動基準法) that were passed on Tuesday.