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Investigators descended on the Legislative Yuan on Tuesday morning, over claims of officials and departments’ — including the legislative secretary-general — involvement in irregular procurement activities.
Thirty-three Legislative Yuan officials are allegedly involved, including Legislative Yuan Secretary-General Lin Hsi-shan, and were under questioning as of press time, according to local media reports.
Reports say that the investigators leading the case are looking to impose charges of violating the Anti-Corruption Act on the 33 suspects. The Taipei District Prosecutors Office and agents of the Investigation Bureau led the search.
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