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  • AEA Kaohsiung Branch holds an event, “Charity Auction and Purchase for New Year Shopping” on February 2

    Press release from Kaohsiung Branch, Administrative Enforcement Agency (AEA), Ministry of Justice Release date: January 28, 2021 Contact person: Chief Enforcement Officer Shu Wen Wang Contact numbers: 07-7152158 ext. 701 The most beneficial auction with love and care!AEA Kaohsiung Branch holds an event, “Charity Auction and Purchase for New Year Shopping” on February 2 AEA Kaohsiung Branch holds a event "Charity Auction and Purchase for New Year Shopping" from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on February 2, 2021In addition to the auction of personal properties, such as automobiles and home appliances, and real properties, the Branch also holds a sale of pastries and desserts and a charity sale of other goods. All profits made from the charity sale will be donated to charity organizations and provided care for the disadvantaged. The Branch hopes the public to participate in the shopping actively and enjoy the event and let the public's love and care spread to the people who need to be cared for. Justice and care are the two core values of the Ministry of Justice, and they are also the goals pursued by AEA Kaohsiung Branch. Kaohsiung Branch has always paid attention to the care of the disadvantaged. In addition to setting up a Love and Care Society to care for lonely and helpless citizens, the Branch has also enhanced the cooperation level with the Kaoping Division, National Health Insurance Administration of the Ministry of Health and Welfare to provide assistance to obligors who cannot pay health insurance premiums. The Branch helps the said obligors to apply for relief fund loans from the Kaoping Division, refers them to charity organizations, or processes the applications of employment events. In order to be more active in caring for the public in need, AEA Kaohsiung Branch organizes the "Charity Auction and Purchase for New Year Shopping" right before the Lunar New Year Holidays. In addition to automobiles, in order to fulfill the needs of house cleaning and cooking during the Lunar New Year Holidays, the Branch arranges a lot of home appliances and daily goods, such as washing machines, vacuum cleaners, juicers, coffee machines and induction cookers to be provided for auctions. The Branch staff also provide many goods for the sale and donate all profits from the sale to charity organizations. There are various goods provided for sale, including many daily and life goods, such as pans, backpacks, handbags, thermos cups, clothes, hats, shoes and warm blankets. The public can even use NTD 1 to purchase many items. Kaohsiung Branch also invites Down Syndrome Foundation to set up a stall in the event held at the office building of Kaohsiung Branch, and wish everyone participating in the event can find the items they like and enjoy more benefits! In order to comply with the government's epidemic prevention policies, Kaohsiung Branch moves the auction to an outdoor venue and asks the public who participate in the event to wear masks, take body temperature, and maintain a social distance of 1 meter. For more information related to the event, please visit Kaohsiung Branch’s website (https://www.ksy.moj.gov.tw)and its Facebook Fan Page.

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  • AEA Kaohsiung Branch started Operation Thunder against the second wave of violations of epidemic prevention regulations

    Press release from Kaohsiung Branch, Administrative Enforcement Agency (AEA), Ministry of Justice Release date: February 3, 2021 Contact person: Chief Enforcement Officer Shu Wen Wang Contact numbers: 07-7152158 ext. 701 AEA Kaohsiung Branch started Operation Thunder against the second wave of violations of epidemic prevention regulations The enforcement of the penalty of violating African Swine Fever prevention regulations ended successfully Seizure the real properties located on Zhonghua 3rd Road, Qianjin District The epidemic of African Swine Fever has not stopped, especially in Asia. The African Swine Fever epidemic is still severe. Although Taiwan is not marked as an epidemic area, many citizens living abroad have returned to Taiwan during the Lunar New Year Holidays. The Premier Su of Executive Yuan has instructed all ministries to do their best to eliminate African Swine Fever before it enters the country. In order to prevent the epidemic of African Swine Fever entering the country through the pork products which are brought by travelers returning home and risking bringing back the said products, violating the epidemic prevention regulations, AEA Kaohsiung Branch implements Operation Thunder against the second wave of violations of epidemic prevention regulations on February 3. It mobilizes 4 teams to actively enforce 12 cases of violating African Swine Fever and Covid-19 epidemic prevention regulations. The implementing area of Operation Thunder of Kaohsiung Branch covers 11 districts, including Gangshan District, Qiaotou District, Nanzih District, Renwu District, Qianjin District, Sanmin District, Xinxing District, Fengshan District, Daliao District, Niaosong District, Linyuan District, and Meinong District. The enforcement team in the Qianjin district has seized the real property located on Chunghua 3rd Road, owned by an obligor Wu. He violated the African Swine Fever regulations in the morning of January 29, 2020 after his flight from Hong Kong. He brought back 1 pack of pork sausage bread when entering the country. All pork products should be applied for entry as quarantine items. However, the obligor Wu did not apply for it as a quarantined item when entering the country. After being transferred and fined NTD 200,000 for violation of Statute for Prevention and Control of Infectious Animal Diseases by Kaohsiung Branch of Bureau of Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine of the Council of Agriculture,  Executive Yuan, the obligor Wu had applied to the transfer agency for installment payments. After the failure to pay on time, there was still an overdue fine of NTD 130,000 that was not paid and was transferred to the Kaohsiung Branch. Kaohsiung branch seizured the real property owned by the obligor Wu located on Chunghua 3rd Road today. If the obligor Wu does not pay the fine on time, the real property will be later auctioned off. In addition, the obligors who were present during the enforcement of the operation stated that they would pay the original installment on time. If the economic situation allows, they will pay off the total amount owed initially. After the Kaohsiung branch started processing the cases of violating African Swine Fever epidemic prevention regulations, the total number of cases was 178. The total performance amount enforced had reached NTD 1,154,836, which has achieved exceptional results. Kaohsiung Branch urges all citizens to prevent the epidemic together and don't bring any animal quarantine products or purchase animal quarantine products abroad. The public must comply with all government regulations and processes related to epidemic prevention regulations and not hold the mindset of selfishness and negligence. Kaohsiung branch will actively enforce the fine resulted from not paying the overdue payments for violations without any exception. The Branch might also impose restrictions on leaving the country and island or apply arrest and custody to the court when necessary.

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  • AEA Kaohsiung Branch started Operation Thunder against the obligors who refuse to pay the fine for violations of epidemic prevention regulations of “Penalty Enforcement Project against Covid-19 Regulation Violations”

    Press release from Kaohsiung Branch, Administrative Enforcement Agency (AEA), Ministry of Justice Release date: January 28, 2021 Contact person: Chief Enforcement Officer Shu Wen WangContact numbers: 07-7152158 ext. 701 The Covid-19 epidemic is becoming more and more severe, and many citizens living abroad have returned to Taiwan during the Lunar New Year Holidays. The number of people who are under home quarantine and home isolation has increased sharply. In order to implement the government's epidemic prevention policy and urge the public not to take a chance in violating the epidemic prevention regulations and leave their homes, Kaohsiung Branch initiated a “Penalty Enforcement Project against Covid-19 Regulation Violations” this week to enforce the fine owed by the people who refuse to pay for the penalty for violations of home isolation, home quarantine, and health self-management regulations. On January 28, Kaohsiung Branch implemented the first Operation Thunder. The enforcement officer of the Branch worked with the transfer agency, Department of Health, Kaohsiung City Government, and divided the officers into three teams to inspect the obligor's residence. After the team arrived at Nanzih District, they immediately discovered a Nissan automobile owned by the obligor Lin in a park near his home. The officers seized the automobile and towed it back to the storage area of the Kaohsiung branch. Another obligor, who owns a soup dumpling store in Lingya District, promised the operation team that he would increase his monthly payment for the fine from NTD 3,000 to NTD 10,000 and apply to pay in installments. On the other hand, there were two cases that the obligors were not at home. Still, their family members were completely unaware and surprised that the obligors were punished for violating the home quarantine regulations. However, both their family members were willing to pay the fine for the obligors. The Covid-19 epidemic started to spread in Taiwan in mid-February last year. Kaohsiung branch had made preemptive preparation and contacted the Department of Health, Kaohsiung City Government and Department of Health, Penghu County Government to establish a cooperation platform for epidemic prevention enforcements and a property investigation mechanism for cases violating epidemic prevention regulations jointly to enhance the enforcement of the fine related to cases violating the epidemic prevention regulations. The first enforcement case was transferred to Kaohsiung Branch for enforcement last April 1, and the parties jointly stopped a Korean obligor at the airport the next day. In order to return home successfully, the obligor changed his tough attitude and finally agreed to pay the fine. In addition, Kaohsiung Branch also successfully made a seafarer He, who owed NTD 1,000,000, pay the fine after restricting him from leaving the country and the island. After the Kaohsiung branch processed the cases of violating Covid-19 epidemic prevention regulations from last April, the total number of imposing restrictions on leaving the country is 16 cases. The total performance amount enforced had reached NTD 4,028,464, which achieved exceptional results. Kaohsiung Branch urges the public to comply with all government regulations and processes related to epidemic prevention regulations and not hold the mindset of selfishness and negligence. All citizens shall enhance the self-protecting measures to protect the health of themselves and others. Kaohsiung branch will actively enforce the fine resulted from not paying the overdue payments for violations without any exception. The Branch might also impose restrictions on leaving the country and island or apply arrest and custody to the court when necessary. Please comply with all relevant regulations to protect all citizens' health and enhance the epidemic prevention measures to protect our home.

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