Taiwan

Minister resigns over minimum wage dispute


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Minister for the Council of Labor Affairs (CLA), Wang Ju-hsuan, has resigned her position after four years in the role. Her decision was made after the Executive Yuan (Cabinet) decided not to adjust the monthly minimum wage despite a proposal from the CLA.

The former minister says that she will return to her former role as a social activist fighting for women’s rights and gender equality.

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