Top Ten Public Grievances of Taiwan

Taiwan Premier Wu Den-yih has appointed RDCE (The Research, Development and Evaluation Commission) to select top ten public grievances of Taiwan socierty by counting votes. RDCE chairman Chu Chin-Peng said on November 20th that the “top ten public grievances” will be collected from telephone interview, E-Government on the Internet, email, petition documents and other channels within ten days.

Chu Chin-Peng also pointed out that the RDCE has its own channels to collect public opinions. They will focus on about 20 topics to initiate the survey and formulate the list of top ten public grievances.

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