The former DPP administration did not want to allocate funding for the project at the time, but was forced to do so because the KMT held a majority in the legislature, he said.
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Ma promises to listen to public on nuclear issue
JOINT DECISION?The premier yesterday said that the new Cabinet would discuss nuclear matters in the next legislative session, to be followed by a public discourse
By Shih Hsiu-chuan and Chris Wang / Staff reporters
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