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Wang Jin-pyng re-elected head of Taiwan's 'Legislative Yuan'
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Taiwan's "Legislative Yuan" re-elected Wang Jin-pyng from the Kuomintang (KMT) as its speaker on Friday after the new-term "legislators" took the oath of office.

KMT's Tseng Yung-chuan was elected vice speaker, according to Taiwan media reports.

The new 113-seat "Legislative Yuan" comprises 81 "lawmakers" from Kuomintang and 27 from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party. Five others belong to other parties and non-party personages.

(Xinhua News Agency February 2, 2008)

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