New defense minister to strive for military, human rights reform
Taipei, July 29 (CNA) The newly appointed Defense Minister Andrew Yang said Monday he will review military administrative, professional certification and supervisory systems to improve human rights following the suspicious death of an army conscript, which has generated public concerns over safety in the military.
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