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《TAIPEI TIMES》 Lai to launch committees to address public issues


President William Lai places his hand on his chest at the Republic of China Military Academy during the institution’s centennial celebrations in Kaohsiung on Sunday.
Photo: Lo Pei-de, Taipei Times

President William Lai places his hand on his chest at the Republic of China Military Academy during the institution’s centennial celebrations in Kaohsiung on Sunday. Photo: Lo Pei-de, Taipei Times

2024/06/19 03:00

FOCUS: The committees for climate change, civil defense and health will draft national development strategies and deepen cooperation with the international community

By Chen Yun / Staff reporter

President William Lai (賴清德) is to launch three issues-oriented committees to address climate change, civil defense and health at a press conference today to mark his first month in office, sources said yesterday.

Each committee is to consist of representatives from the government, academia and the private sector, with Lai personally presiding over each committee’s monthly meeting, the sources said.

The committees are to map out strategies for national development, gather people from the government, academia and the private sector for dialogue, and deepen cooperation with members of the international community, the sources said.

The idea to set up the committees was the result of close consultations between Lai and Premier Cho Jung-tai (卓榮泰), representing a shared determination across all ministries to push reforms by bringing together forces from the government and the private sector, they said.

It echoes Lai’s presidential inaugural speech on May 20 in which he said Taiwan’s future is “not just the future of our nation, but the future of the world,” the sources said.

It is also a response to the trend of setting up a global framework of democratic alliances to boost defense resilience, they said.

The leaders of the G7 nations in a recent joint statement expressed support for Taiwan’s participation in international organizations and, for the fourth consecutive year, stressed the importance of stability and peace in the Taiwan Strait.

The ties between Taiwan and European counties are also warming up and artificial intelligence chip giants, including Nvidia Corp chief executive officer Jensen Huang (黃仁勳), at the Computex exhibition earlier this month presented discourses on a technological and economic revolution centering on Taiwan, and the planned committees are Lai’s response to this emerging global framework, they said.

Lai also attaches great importance to people’s livelihood and wants a “health committee” to create a “healthier Taiwan,” they said.

新聞來源:TAIPEI TIMES

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