The graft scandal involving former Cabinet Secretary General Lin Yi-shih has prompted widespread calls for an examination of the government corruption issue from various angles: Did President Ma Ying-jeou pick the wrong person? Why have state-controlled companies become a fat purse that dirty politicians are trying to dip into? Shouldn't political parties re-examine their nomination procedures, paying special attention to their sources of campaign funding?
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