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PFP softens push on stolen assets bill

BACK TO COMMITTEE The KMT denied it was trying to stall the legislation, saying it would propose its own version. Li Ao pressed the wrong button and voted against it

By Flora Wang  /  STAFF REPORTER

"But if the government asks us to return those that have already been sold, I won't have the money to do it, and I can't ask the buyer to return the assets, because they acquired the assets through legal means," Ma said.

When asked if the KMT would stop trying to sell its assets before the sunshine bills are passed, Ma said that the party was going ahead with plans to sell the Central Investment Coop before 2008.

Additional reporting by Mo Yan-chih

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