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Impermanency Composition Rule

Ratified on December 11, 2002. Submitted for reference by the Examination Yuan on December 30, 2001
Article 01 These regulations are drafted in accordance with item 1, article 5 of the Provisional Statute on the Adjustment of the Function, Business, and Organization of the Taiwan Provincial Government.
Article 02 The Taiwan Provincial Government (hereinafter the "Provincial Government") is a designated agency of the Executive Yuan, subject to direction and oversight by the Executive Yuan and authorized to carry out the following functions :
  1. Supervision of affairs concerning county (city) self-governance
  2. Execution of the administrative affairs of the Provincial Government
  3. Handling of other affairs authorized by law or assigned by the Executive Yuan
Article 03 The Provincial Government shall establish a Provincial Assembly composed of nine members to exercise its authorities. One member shall serve as the governor and have responsibility for the overall affairs of the Provincial Government. A lieutenant governor shall be selected from among the assembly members that are officials of the 14th rank to assist the governor in the execution of his or her duties. The other assembly members shall be selected from among officials of the 13th rank and assist the chairperson in the supervision of Provincial Government affairs. All assembly members shall be nominated by the Premier and appointed by the President of the republic.
Article 04 The following affairs shall be decided by resolution of the Provincial Assembly:
  1. Supervision of affairs concerning county (city) self-governance
  2. Organization of the subordinate agencies of the Provincial Government
  3. Handling of important affairs pertaining to the joint relations of the divisions, offices and committees of the Provincial Government.
  4. Affairs assigned to the assembly by the governor
  5. Other important affairs authorized by law, assigned by the Executive Yuan, or which concern the Provincial Government.
Article 05 The Provincial Government shall establish divisions and offices with the following functions: I. Civil Affairs Division:
  1. Supervision of matters concerning county (city) self-governance in civil affairs
  2. Organization of Taiwan's Retrocession Day celebration activities, memorial activities, and ceremonies at the Provincial Government headquarters
  3. Arrangement of Provincial Government reforms and proposals
  4. Providing assistance to counties (cities) in mobilization affairs.
  5. Handling of other affairs concerning civil affairs as authorized by law or assigned by the Executive Yuan
II. Culture and Education Division:
  1. Supervision of county (city) self-governance affairs pertaining to education, culture and sports.
  2. Deliberation of petitions submitted by educators in Taiwan Province
  3. Assistance and administration of education foundations, primary and middle school teachers foundations, and community and cultural development foundations in Taiwan Province, the Taiwan foundation of the General Association of the Scouts of China, Taiwan Cultural Foundation, and other provincial-level cultural and education foundations
  4. Collection, analysis and research of information on education, culture and sports in Taiwan Province
  5. Handling of other affairs concerning culture and education as authorized by law or assigned by the Executive Yuan
III. Economic Development Division:
  1. Supervision of county (city) self-governance affairs pertaining to agriculture, transportation and public security
  2. Supervision of the implementation of local government infrastructure, public facility construction and small-scale public works
  3. Advancement of consumer protection affairs in Taiwan Province
  4. Supervision of vehicle accident appraisal in the various regions of Taiwan Province
  5. Collection, analysis and research of information on agriculture and land in Taiwan Province
  6. Handling of other affairs concerning economic development as authorized by law or assigned by the Executive Yuan
IV. Financial Affairs Division:
  1. Supervision of county (city) self-governance financial affairs
  2. Execution of financial affairs and other related matters of the Provincial Government
  3. Review and disbursement of subsidies to local governments and handling of related affairs
  4. Handling of other affairs concerning financial affairs as authorized by law or assigned by the Executive Yuan
V. Social and Health Division:
  1. Supervision of county (city) self-governance affairs pertaining to social services, labor administration, health and environmental protection
  2. Collection, analysis and research of information on health and social welfare in Taiwan Province
  3. Administration and operation of the Taiwan Province Emergency Relief Fund
  4. Handling of other affairs concerning social and health affairs as authorized by law or assigned by the Executive Yuan
VI. Public Affairs Division:
  1. Administration of general sanitation, wastewater treatment, parks, public buildings, traffic lights, public areas, office buildings, employee dormitories and traffic and vehicle affairs of the Provincial Government.
  2. Handling of public affairs assigned by the Executive Yuan
VII. Information Office:
  1. Collection and management of Provincial Government information and publication and distribution of Taiwan Monthly and other Provincial Government publications
  2. Administration of the Provincial Government Library.
VIII. Secretariat Office:
  1. Arrangement of the agenda and minutes of meetings of the Provincial Assembly
  2. Overall coordination and liaison in preparation of Provincial Government policy reports and inspection and facilitation of document processing
  3. Handling of media announcements and relations, public relations, social functions, confidential matters, inspections, translation and editing for the Provincial Government
  4. Administration of Taiwan Province sister state relations and other foreign affairs
  5. Management of Provincial Government documents, safeguarding of official seals, management of files and carry out routine affairs
  6. Drafting, integration and promotion of long-term plans for the Provincial Government?
  7. Other affairs that are not the responsibility of other Provincial Government divisions or offices
Article 06 The Provincial Government shall have one secretary under the charge of the governor and directed by the lieutenant governor to handle Provincial Government affairs, assisted by two deputy secretaries general.
Article 07 The Provincial Government shall have advisors, counselors, division chiefs, directors, a governor, deputy division chiefs, deputy directors, administrative secretaries, counselors, committee members, special commissioners, consumer protection officials, section chiefs, technical specialists, secretaries, inspectors, specialists, editors and translators, consultants, specialists, subsection chiefs, analysts, designers, managers, technicians, office staff and clerks.
Article 08 The Provincial Government shall establish a Personnel Office with the positions of director, section chiefs, specialists, subsection chiefs, section staff, and assistants to administer personnel affairs as stipulated by law.
Article 09 The Provincial Government shall establish a Budget and Accounting Office with the positions of director, section chiefs, specialists, subsection chiefs, section staff, and office staff to administer revenue, accounting, statistics and information affairs as stipulated by law.
Article 10 The Provincial Government shall establish a Governmental Ethics Office with the positions of director, section chiefs, specialists, subsection chiefs, section staff, and assistants to administer governmental ethics affairs as stipulated by law.
Article 11 (Deleted)
Article 12 In order to administer legal affairs and assist with the supervision of county (city) self-governance in legal issues, the Provincial Government will establish a Regulations Committee. The working personnel needed by the committee shall be selected from among the personnel stipulated in the Regulations.
Article 13 (Deleted)
Article 14 In order to administer matters pertaining to vehicle accidents, the Provincial Government shall establish District Appraisal Committees for Vehicle Accidents. The organization of the committees shall be stipulated by separate regulations.
Article 15 The ranks and numbers of the official positions listed in the Regulations shall be stipulated in a separate organization table.
Article 16 The Provincial Assembly may be attended by personnel in addition to the regular assembly members upon the discretion of the governor. The rules of procedure for Provincial Assembly meetings shall be established by the Provincial Government.
Article 17 A detailed table of separation of duties within the Provincial Government shall be established by the Provincial Government.
Article 17-1 (Deleted)
Article 18 These Regulations came into force on July 1, 1999, at the end of the effective period of the Provisional Statute on the Adjustment of the Function, Business, and Organization of the Taiwan Provincial Government. Amendments made to articles 4, 5, 7 and 11 of these Regulations on December 30, 2000, came into effect on January 1, 2001. Amendments made to articles 5, 11, 13, and 17-1 of these Regulations on December 11, 2002, will come into effect on the day of their promulgation.




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