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Viewpoints: Taiwan graft scandal - BBC News
Populux | November 3, 2006 at 10:51 amby
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Taiwanese prosecutors claim to have enough evidence against President Chen Shui-bian to charge him with corruption, but they cannot do so because he is protected by presidential immunity. Prosecutors have filed charges against his wife, Wu Shu-chen, and three former presidential aides. The BBC News website spoke to people across the country to get their reaction to the unfolding scandal. VICTORIA WANG, 40, TAIPEI Victoria Wang says support is slipping away from the president I am not surprised by ...