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(From China Post)
Premier Frank Hsieh is expected to rule before the end of this week on which officials should shoulder responsibility for the recent riot by Thai laborers and the lack of supervision over the despicable conditions suffered by the guest workers.
Both Council of Labor Affairs Chairwoman Chen Chu and Acting Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai have tendered their resignations and held separate press conferences to air their feelings.
Premier Hsieh said yesterday that he will wait until the gathering of all the facts and a thorough probe into the affair are completed.
The investigation is being conducted by Cabinet Minister Hsu Zhi-hsiung.
Thai laborers working on the Kaohsiung mass rapid transit (MRT) system rioted Aug. 21 over poor housing and living conditions and the abuse of their human rights. …