China News Service, February 26. According to Taiwan's "China Times News Network", the "calling committee" elections for various committees of Taiwan's "Legislative Yuan" will be held on the 29th.

The Kuomintang announced on the 25th that it would give one seat to the People's Party.

  According to reports, after an internal vote, the Kuomintang League chief Fu Kunqi announced on the 25th that he would give one seat to the People's Party as a "calling committee".

In this regard, the Popular Party Caucus reiterated that reform is more important than position, and will uphold the greatest goodwill and cooperate with "legislators" who support reform, while the Democratic Progressive Party Caucus said it "respects".

  The Blue-White "Convocation Committee" cooperation once fell through. The Kuomintang held a practical seminar in Hualien on the 25th. After a show of hands vote by the party group, it decided to give up one "Convocation Committee" seat to the People's Party.

Fu Kunqi said that the party group reached a consensus after discussion and did not rule out cooperation with the People's Party in the "calling committee" election and would communicate in the next two days.

He said that "the door of kindness has been opened" and he was willing to unite with the opposition parties to check and balance the "Ya Ba (meaning arrogant and unreasonable)" DPP authority.

  According to Taiwan's "Central News Agency", the full name of "Convening Committee" is "Convening Committee".

Taiwan's "Legislative Yuan" has set up eight standing committees, including internal affairs, foreign affairs and defense, economy, finance, transportation, education and culture, social welfare and health environment, justice and legal system. They are responsible for reviewing bills and inviting relevant parties after the first reading of the "bill". The "Ministry Council" prepares questions.

Each committee has about 13 to 15 people. Each "member" can only participate in one committee. The seats on each committee are allocated to each political party in proportion to the political party.

Currently, each committee elects two "calling committee members" from each other during each session, and they take turns serving as meeting chairmen. In the past, when blue and green constituted the majority in the "Legislative Yuan", the two "calling committee members" of each committee were mostly held by each party, with one seat each.

  How much power does the "calling committee" have?

According to reports, the "calling committee" can decide the agenda of each committee.

Taiwan's "Legislative Yuan" has a huge number of bills to be reviewed. Therefore, which bills can be reviewed first, the "Convening Committee" who has the power to schedule the review agenda has become an important role.