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《TAIPEI TIMES》 Six added to members of new Cabinet


Premier-designate Cho Jung-tai, left, shakes hands with Tainan Research, Development and Evaluation Commission head Chen Shu-tzu, who is to lead the Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics.
Photo: Chen Chih-chu, Taipei Times

Premier-designate Cho Jung-tai, left, shakes hands with Tainan Research, Development and Evaluation Commission head Chen Shu-tzu, who is to lead the Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics. Photo: Chen Chih-chu, Taipei Times

2024/04/24 03:00

AGRICULTURE HEAD: Chen Junne-jih, who was deputy agriculture minister before being named acting minister after his predecessor resigned, is to formally take over

/ Staff writer, with CNA

Premier-designate Cho Jung-tai (卓榮泰) yesterday announced more new members of his Cabinet that is to take office on May 20, with five of those appointed keeping their posts and one new face being introduced.

Minister of Finance Chuang Tsui-yun (莊翠雲), Overseas Community Affairs Council Minister Hsu Chia-ching (徐佳青), Ocean Affairs Council Minister Kuan Bi-ling (管碧玲) and Directorate-General of Personnel Administration Director-General Su Chun-jung (蘇俊榮) are to keep their posts, Cho told a news conference in Taipei.

Acting Minister of Agriculture Chen Junne-jih (陳駿季) is to formally head the agency in the new Cabinet, Cho said.

The only new face announced yesterday was Tainan Research, Development and Evaluation Commission head Chen Shu-tzu (陳淑姿), who was named to lead the Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics.

Most of the people announced yesterday are agency heads, and they have all worked in the public sector for decades and are seasoned officials, Cho said.

“Their rich experience and commitment to teamwork would facilitate the new government’s transition and drive the implementation of policies,” he said.

Cho said that Chen Shu-tzu has served at the local government level for years and was involved in the merger of Tainan County and Tainan City into a special municipality in 2010.

The 67-year-old also participated in financial planning in Tainan and helped significantly reduce the debt owed by the city government, which allowed more funding to be allocated to local flood control efforts, he added.

The premier-designate said he hoped to take advantage of her expertise to expand the central government’s investments in society and allocate resources fairly.

Chen Junne-jih, 65, was deputy agriculture minister before being named acting minister in September last year after his predecessor, Chen Chi-chung (陳吉仲), resigned over a controversy involving imported eggs.

Chuang and Hsu were deputy heads of their respective agencies before assuming their current posts in January last year following a Cabinet reshuffle.

Cho lauded Kuan’s efforts to promote marine conservation laws and her experience in overseeing the Coast Guard Administration, including its efforts to deal with unidentified boats illegally entering the country’s waters.

Su is to remain in the post that he has held since 2022.

Cho commended Su for his efforts to digitize personnel management and said that he would continue to serve civil servants and the public attentively.

With the announcements, 26 members of the new Cabinet have been named, including the premier, vice premier, Cabinet secretary-general and Cabinet spokesperson.

Still to be named are the foreign affairs and defense ministers, the head of the Mainland Affairs Council, and seven to nine ministers without portfolio.

新聞來源:TAIPEI TIMES

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