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Rebuilding neighborhoods, determining the facts, and preventing a recurrence
On the morning of August 11, President Ma Ying-jeou held a press conference at the Presidential Office to discuss the recent gas explosions in Kaohsiung City.  ...[Detail]
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Coordination and cooperation among central and local governments, concentrating manpower and resources for disaster recovery
Following the deadly gas explosions in Kaohsiung City, President Ma traveled there on the afternoon of August 2 to gain a firsthand understanding of the rescue and relief efforts. In addition to visiting a funeral parlor to pay respects to the victims, including firefighters who died in the line of duty, the president went to the Kaohsiung Armed Forces General Hospital and the Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital to visit those injured in the explosions. President Ma also visited the scene of the explosions to better understand the scale of the disaster and to thank members of the military for their hard work in the rescue effort. ...[Detail]
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National Conference on Trade and Economic Affairs—a good model for decision-making on public policy
On the morning of July 28, President Ma Ying-jeou attended the National Conference on Trade and Economic Affairs. He instructed his administrative team to turn the points of consensus reached during the conference into a concrete action plan, to adopt a timetable and a budget, and to closely monitor the implementation of the plan. The president also expressed hope that the ruling and opposition camps will put aside their differences for the time being to jointly find pragmatic and viable strategies in pursuit of the greater good. ...[Detail]
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Strengthening management of fishing resources to achieve goal of high-quality and sustainable development
President Ma Ying-jeou visited Kaohsiung City on July 19 to attend an evening celebration held in conjunction with National Fishermen's Day to bestow awards on 2014's model and outstanding fishermen. The president outlined the various achievements and development of Taiwan's fisheries industry, and pledged that the government will continue to protect the rights and interests of fishermen. ...[Detail]
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Furthering cross-strait relations, expanding room in international community, advancing economic and trade development, improving civil service system
President Ma Ying-jeou and Vice President Wu Den-yih invited the presidents, vice presidents, and secretaries-general from the five Yuan (the five branches of the ROC government) to the Presidential Office on the afternoon of July 10 for a reception. The government leaders exchanged opinions on a wide range of issues, including cross-strait relations, the ROC's relations with other nations, domestic economic and trade developments, the nation's pension system for civil servants, and judicial reform. ...[Detail]
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Remembering the heroes of war; preserving the facts of the War of Resistance Against Japan
On the morning of July 7, President Ma Ying-jeou attended the opening of the Exhibition Commemorating the 77th Anniversary of Victory in the War of Resistance Against Japan and the Retrocession of Taiwan held by the Taipei City Government to memorialize the sacrifices and contributions of those who died for their country. The president expressed hope that the preservation of these documents and historical items from the war would enable people to face the facts of history so that society can move forward into the future. ...[Detail]
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