Hsu Tzong-li (???) assumed the post of president of the Judicial Yuan Tuesday and released his first wave of personnel appointments.
Hsu took over the helm of the Judicial Yuan from Rai Hau-min (???) in a ceremony witnessed by Vice President Chen Chien-jen (???).
Hsu, 60, outlined his commitment to judicial reforms through insisting on the core values of the justiciary.
He appointed Lu Tai-lang (???), head of the Judges Academy, to serve as secretary-general of the Judicial Yuan, and Chou Chan-chun (???), a judge at the Taipei District Court, as head of the Judges Academy.
Both appointments have to be approved by President Tsai Ing-wen (???).
Hsu also announced the formation of a task force to push for judicial reform, with the secretary-general serving as convener. The task force will meet regularly to plan, promote and carry out the reforms.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel