(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Central News Agency web site
Taipei, 4 May: The Basic Human Rights Law of the Republic of China [ROC], the country's human rights "bible," which incorporates important international treaties on human rights into ROC law, is expected to be drafted in June this year for legislation, a Presidential Office source said Sunday [4 May].
According to Dr Fort F.T. Liao, deputy convener of the Human Rights Advisory Group under the Presidential Office, the draft bill is expected to be submitted by the Executive Yuan to the Legislative Yuan in July or August at the earliest.
If the bill is passed into law, it …