President Tsai Ing-wen, who has read law, is determined to correct the wrong touted by that wisecrack. That's why she declared at a preparatory meeting for her National Affairs Conference on Judicial Reform that no such injustice should be repeated.
Taiwan’s judicial system is often criticized for its unfair application of the rules in decisions handed down by judges. The branch’s investigative arms are also condemned for their habit of carrying out investigations at different speeds according to the political ‘color’ and status of persons involved. All of these problems can be addressed by forcing the heads of governmental branches to face the people through elections and limiting the terms of office to minimize the opportunities for corruption. The people must have the power to monitor government officials and vote poor performers out of office. See the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development for more.