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2201 2009-07-05 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part IV) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 891
2202 2009-07-05 2009 Taiwan UN Youth Camp (Part II) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 625
2203 2009-07-04 2009 Taiwan UN Youth Camp (Part I) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 610
2204 2009-07-04 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part III) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 823
2205 2009-07-03 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part II) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 906
2206 2009-07-02 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part I) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 934
2207 2009-07-01 Pre-operation for the Reforestation of the Holy Maintain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 834
2208 2009-06-29 Completed the First Phase of the Holy Mountain Engineering Work Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 905
2209 2009-06-27 Lession Two: Weeding Again Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 630
2210 2009-06-27 My Taiwan Children's Literature, Lecture given by Lu Chien-Hui Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 594
 
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Newsflash

The Council of Grand Justices yesterday announced a constitutional interpretation that switching judges in former president Chen Shui-bian’s (陳水扁) case was not unconstitutional, dealing a serious blow to the former president and his supporters.

The Council of Grand Justices reasoned that the method the Taipei District Court used to combine corruption and money laundering cases was in agreement with the Constitution’s protection of a defendant’s litigation rights because it was conducted according to the law and through a committee of five judges, said Hsieh Wen-ting (謝文定), spokesperson for the Judicial Yuan.