Is this a joke? Does the KMT really want to investigate its chairman?
The KMT owns vast business interests and is already corrupt in a systemic sense. It seems unlikely that it should want to investigate, let alone prosecute, one of its own.
Looking at their financial records, there is no way that KMT Chairman Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) and his wife could have accumulated such a large amount of cash after they have paid for their daughters' private school and board. Ma claims it is government policy that he has to declare the amount of money in his bank account, and that it is not his fault that he has saved such a lot. It's a likely story.