Constitutional Court issues mixed ruling on Indigenous hunting rights
Taipei, May 7 (CNA) The Constitutional Court ruled on Friday that while laws on the types of guns Indigenous people can use to hunt and requiring them to apply in advance for permission to do so are valid in principle, certain aspects of how they are applied are unconstitutional.
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