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The Mass Rapid Transit Bureau Hosts a Contact Meeting for the Kaohsiung Metro Land Development Integrity Platform to Consolidate Legal, Fair, Just, Open, and Transparent Investment Procedures in a Joint Effort from All Sides.
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This morning (Oct. 18), the Mass Rapid Transit Bureau of the Kaohsiung City Government held a contact meeting for the “Kaohsiung Metro Orange Line O10 Station and O13 Station, and Yellow Line Y15 Station” integrity platform. The Agency Against Corruption, Ministry of Justice, the Taiwan Kaohsiung District Prosecutors Office, Luke H.C. Hsiao from Transparency International Chinese Taipei (TICT), the Department of Civil Service Ethics of the Kaohsiung City Government, and the relevant construction investment consultants participated in the meeting, and engaged in exchanges and discussions about the handling situation of three Kaohsiung Metro land development cases and subsequent case implementation.

During this meeting, project reports were presented on topics, such as the “integrity platform processing situation,” “Kaohsiung Metro Orange Line O10 Station and O13 Station, and Yellow Line Y15 Station handling situations,” and “Operating Procedures for Mass Rapid Transit Act Land Development Selection.” In addition, the Head Prosecutor of the Taiwan Kaohsiung District Prosecutors Office, Lin Chih-Yu, advocated for the related regulatory advocacy with “related case sharing” as the theme. This is to remind agency employees to have accurate knowledge of the businesses they conduct and legal procedures, thereby preventing them from breaking the law!

This meeting was hosted by Mass Rapid Transit Bureau director-general Wu Yei-Long. According to him, the sales of the three cases surpassed NT$10 billion each, and the tremendous development benefits have received attention from all walks of life. The Mass Rapid Transit Bureau will continue to implement administrative transparency, advocacy seminars, and other integrity measures in order to create a public works environment that allows employees to perform tasks with peace of mind. In addition, the “Operating Procedures for Mass Rapid Transit Act Land Development Selection” have been formulated for compliance and implementation by employees, ensuring that land development cases adhere to the regulatory mandates and perfect administrative procedures.

In order to avoid disputes and provide potential investors with a level playing field, the Mass Rapid Transit Bureau has published pertinent investment information and files on its official website. It will continue to adhere to the principles of “public transparency,” “inter-agency collaboration,” “public-private cooperation,” and “public oversight” when handling various investment cases. It is hoped that investors from all walks of life will have access to a fair, competitive environment.

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