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Deadlock at legislature
A government official talks on the phone, asMinister of the Interior Liao Liou-yi (facing,second from right) looks on during a a recess ina Legislative Yuan meeting Thursday. Ruling andopposition party legislators were in a deadlockover a special budget for a public workexpansion program that is par...
Minister downplays reports of voucher problems
Minister of the Interior Liao Liou-yi brushesoff questions Friday over reports that anestimated NT$11 million (US$327,000) in consumervouchers went missing at distribution centerslast Sunday. Liao has previously said he wouldresign to take responsibility for any mistakesin the implementation of the ...
Shopping voucher distribution simulation held
Minister of the Interior Liao Liou-yi (front,right) claims a consumption voucher during asimulation event in Taipei City Saturday toprepare for the issuing of NT$3,600 (US$108) inconsumption vouchers to Taiwanese citizens priorto Chinese New Year in an effort to stimulatethe country's sluggish retai...
Cabinet finalizes budget for shopping voucher plan
Council for Economic Planning and DevelopmentDeputy Chairman Hu Chung-ying (left), Ministerof the Interior Liao Liou-yi (center), andDirectorate-General of Budget, Accounting andStatistics chief Shih Su-mei (right) explain thegovernment's budget request for NT$85.7 billionto finance a consumption vo...
A taste of Cambodia
Minister of the Interior Liao Liou-yi (right)samples Cambodian delicacies during a one-dayInternational Immigrant Exhibition Saturday atHuashan Cultural Park in Taipei City. Theexhibition features services for migrants,multicultural festivities, and various talentshows.CNA Photo Dec. 20, 2008
Interior minister at legislative meeting
Minister of the Interior Liao Liou-yi (right)and Wang Cho-chiun (center), director-general ofthe ministry's National Police Agency, attend ameeting Wednesday of the Legislative Yuan's HomeAffairs Committee, which gave initial approvalto an amendment to the Parade and Assembly Law.CNA Photo Dec. 24, ...
Chinese political figures allowed to visit Taiwan
Deputy Minister of the Interior Lin Join-sanesays during a news conference held after aCabinet meeting Thursday that the government hasdecided to allow Chinese party and politicalfigures, who are invited by government agenciesand the semi-official Straits ExchangeFoundation, to come to Taiwan to boo...
Gov't to pay health premiums for poor children
Premier Liu Chao-shiuan (second from left),accompanied by Minister of the Interior LiaoLiou-yi (left), announces in Taipei CityWednesday that the government has decided tofully subsidize health insurance premiums forchildren and teenagers under 18 from low-incomefamilies, starting January 1 next yea...
Interior minister inspects Taoyuan airport
Interior Minister Liao Liou-yi greets apassenger at Taiwan Taoyuan InternationalAirport Tuesday. Liao was at the airport tocheck on immigration operations after a computerbreakdown at the National Immigration Agencythat led to long lines at immigration for morethan 24 hours was solved.CNA Photo Jan....
List of people to get shopping vouchers Minister
Minister of the Interior Liao Liou-yi (third from right)-- accompanied by Taipei County Magistrate ChouHsi-wei (right) and Chiang Hui-chen (left),mayor of the county's Banciao City -- displaysin the county Thursday a list of the names ofpeople who are eligible to claim the shoppingvouchers that will...
Minister shows off his calligraphy
Minister of the Interior Liao Liou-yi (center)displays a work of calligraphy he made during anevent in Taipei City Saturday. The Chinesecharacter is "fu," which means "blessing" inEnglish.CNA Photo Jan. 17, 2009
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