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Cabinet officials to tackle probe law

ASSASSINATION INVESTIGATION Premier Yu Shyi-kun requested a meeting between Cabinet officials and the 319 committee to iron out legal differences

By Ko Shu-ling  /  STAFF REPORTER

In related news, the committee yesterday decided that the eight vacant seats on the committee should all be filled.

The vacant seats are a result of a boycott by the Democratic Progressive Party and Taiwan Solidarity Union, as well as the withdrawal of former deputy director-general of the National Police Agency Yu Yue-tang (余玉堂).

"According to Article 2 of the statute governing the committee, the convener can choose members to fill up vacant seats," committee spokeswoman Wang Ching-feng (王清峰) said.

Wang confirmed that former Control Yuan member Yeh Yao-peng (葉耀鵬) had agreed to become a committee member.

additional reporting by Debby Wu

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