Cross-Strait Joint Crime-Fighting And Judicial Mutual Assistance Agreement

mkirilova, 9 април, 2021

The agreement on the common fight against crime and mutual legal aid, signed in April 2009 under the former government of the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT), 峽兩岸共擊犯罪法擊犯罪 協議 aims to intensify efforts to combat crime across the strait. On April 26, 2009, our Straits Exchange Foundation and the Mainland`s Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS) concluded a Cross-st Joint Fight against Crime and Mutual Legal Assistance Agreement, which is expected to enter into force on June 25 of the same year. In accordance with the Order of the Ministry of Justice of August 10, 2009, under the number fa-Jian-Zi 0980803292, the office was authorized to set up official channels of liaison with the Ministry of Public Security of mainland China, the Ministry of Popular Justice, the Ministry of Justice and the Office of the People`s Bank of China and the China Anti-Money Laundering Analysis Center. If the Office`s junior units are required to conduct cross-border investigations into criminal activity, they would be required to seek assistance from the country`s law enforcement agencies through the Bureau`s Economic Crime Division. In response to questions from the legislator at a meeting of the Committee on Justice and Organic Laws and Statutes, Chiu replied that, although investigations, information exchange and regular processing of documents have continued as usual, since President Tsai Ing-wen took office in May, there has been no exchange of administrative staff between the two parties. , to which neither party participated in visits, as stipulated in the agreement. The delay has “something to do with” the state of relations between the straits, Chen said, adding that administrative contact between the two parties remains normal by telephone and fax. After a two-day working meeting, representatives of Red Cross organizations across the strait agreed on how they would attend the return-to-sea operations by their competent authorities: Mr. Hsu asked whether the joint anti-crime programme was still viable and whether negotiations with China were still possible.

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