The nation’s lawmakers have little time to rest, as daunting tasks such as proposals on government pension reform, media monopolization and public debts await them in the next session. The KMT, which has been struggling with plummeting approval ratings, the DPP, which has set its eye on gaining an unprecedented majority, and the legislature itself, which is keen to remove its “madhouse” label, all need to take the right steps now.
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