Taiwan’s Prime Minister Suu Kyi announced on Thursday that her entire cabinet would step down and called for a cabinet reshuffle, weeks after the Democratic Progressive Party suffered defeat in last November’s election.
Taiwan’s Central News Agency (CNA) reported that Tsing Chang announced his resignation on his Facebook page after parliament approved the central government’s general budget for 2018-2023. The prime minister’s resignation still needs to be approved by President Tsai Ing-wen.
After the budget was approved, Qing Chang said he met with President Tsai and offered his resignation again, after the former president refused on election night. Qing Chang asked the president to quickly appoint a new prime minister.
Source: Al Ittihad
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