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Judge tells pan-blue camp to shape up - TW
SCOLDING: The Taiwan High Court said lawyers for the pan-blue camp would have to build a better case before proceeding with their suit aiming to overturn the election
By Jimmy Chuang
STAFF REPORTER , WITH AP
Thursday, May 06, 2004,Page 1

Taiwan High Court judges said the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT)-People First Party (PFP) alliance hadn't prepared properly for their case trying to overturn the result of the presidential election and gave the alliance's lawyers two weeks to get their act together.

"According to the vague indictment you presented, obviously, you did not try your best," Presiding Judge Cheng Ya-ping (???) told the alliance's lawyers yesterday. "Please reconstruct and resubmit your indictment within two weeks."

The pan-blue camp's case relies on four arguments.

First, it claims the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) took advantage of the referendum as propaganda for its campaign activities.

http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2004/05/...

Opinion: Secondly, Jackie Chan told us so.
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