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Profile of Secretary General Lin

Always smiling and cheerful, walking as though on wings, quick in
thinking
and decisive-- this is how Secretary General Lin impresses people at
first
sight. Not to mention that his thick and powerful palms convince people
of
his total devotion, hard endeavors and pragmatism.

As a native of Changhua, Taiwan, Secretary General Lin became the
youngest
legislator at age 28. In his term, Secretary General Lin did his best to
reflect public opinions and supervise government administration; Changhua
is an agricultural county where locals are in great need of assistance in
developing local industries and promoting local development. Secretary
Lin
contributes a lot in passing bills concerning agricultural and fishery
development, local budgets and other affairs related to people’s daily
lives. For his concern about locals and effort in interpellation,
Secretary General Lin was elected legislator for 3 consecutive terms
during 1990-1999 (1st to 3rd legislatures). During his terms, Secretary
General Lin has been the convener of the Foreign Affairs and National
Defense Committee, Economic Affairs Committee, and Judiciary and Organic
Laws and Statutes Committee, a member of Procedure Committee, Chairperson
of the judiciary and economics coordination committees at Legislative
Yuan
of KMT, Senior Deputy Clerk of the KMT party (caucus) at Legislative
Yuan,
and Deputy Chief of the KMT coordination committee at Legislative Yuan.
Right after Jin-Pyng Wang became President of the fourth legislature in
February 1999, Secretary General Lin won the trust and reliance of
President Wan and was invited to be the Secretary General of the
Legislative Yuan, for both his equal share of literacy and experience and
his deep acknowledgement about legislative affairs.

Secretary General Lin devoted himself to assist President Wang in
legislature management. His performance is witnessed by his dedication to
revisie the Organic Laws of Legislative Yuan and goes further to
reengineer the organization. Moreover, he reviews the systems and rules
of
government officials. As a result, the organization of the Legislative
Yuan became more reasonable and is now operated more efficiently.
Secretary General Lin also spared no pain to improve the office
environment of legislators and to beautify the site of the Legislative
Yuan; as well as to reform the document program and promote document
management automation. He also improved the quantity and quality of data
collection and assessment reports for bills and budgets which were
offered
by the Organic Laws and Statutes Bureau and Budget Center. In order to
promote congressional information digitization, Secretary General Lin
founded the Information Technology Department to vigorously promote the e-
legislature. Within an extremely short period of time, the broadband
Internet system of the Legislative Yuan was completed and the floor
multimedia and on-demand video system was implemented. Even now, the
implementation of several IT systems is still in progress.

Concerning historical tradition,and artistic culture in the congress,
Secretary General Lin established the Assembly Affairs Museum to maintain
and make public the historical data of the legislature and continued the
archival work of the Legislative Yuan. In cultural and art aspects,
Secretary General Lin implemented the art gallery program inside the
Legislative Yuan to exhibit the works of famous artists and colleagues.
Artworks are also displayed along the arcade in the office area to
improve
the overall quality of the office environment.

Seeing that administrative workers used to be passive at work and were
thus unable to meet the requirements of legislators, Secretary General
Lin
instructed all committees, the General Affairs Department, Secretariat,
Personnel Department, Information Technology Department, Parliamentary
Library and other administrative units, to voluntarily contact
legislators
to find out what they need and their problems, and shall report back
their
feedbacks immediately to the administration in order to provide the best
services for legislators. Secretary General Lin is also concerned about
the enhancement of HR. Apart from optimizing all kinds of the employees’
benefits, including the health care for illness and injuries.
meetings ,There are also various training programs organized for
newcomers
to understand the the Legislative Yuan in practice, and for senior
colleagues to review their professional knowledge regarding meetings, the
organic laws and statues of the legislature and budgets. During the
session break, Secretary General Lin organized computer skill trainings
and keynote speeches as on-the-job training to upkeep HR quality, and to
meet the demands of the increasing workload and thereby enhancing the
administrative efficiency of the legislature. Privately, Secretary
General
Lin never forgets to enrich his knowledge. Therefore, he completed the
graduate program of the Graduate Institute of Architecture and Urban
Planning at Chinese Culture University, and earned his master’s degree.
This is an excellent example for lifelong learning.

When ex-Premier Chun-hsiung Chang made one-sided announcement to cease
the
NPP IV Project on October 2000, the Legislative Yuan considered that as
an
act that violated the constitution. At the sitting, legislators made a
resolution to request the Control Yuan to impeach Chang and relevant
personnel for their delinquency.. The Executive Yuan thus applied to the
grand justice of the Judicial Yuan for a constitution interpretation.
Later, on 15 January 2001, the grand justice completed the interpretation
and documented the results in Grand Justice Interpretaion No. 520. On
February 14, the Executive Yuan announced the resumption of the NPP IV
Project. On May 15, the Control Yuan determined that the suspension of
the
NPP IV Project was illegal and thus corrected Executive Yuan by the law.
To defend the legislative power endowed to the legislature in the
constitution during the dispute, Secretary General Lin led the relevant
staff to discuss the concerning problems and solutions, day in and day
out, in order to help President Wang and other legislators to claim their
appeal and respond to the claim of Chang. Under the leadership of
Secretary General Lin, the NPP IV Project resumed and the Executive Yuan
was requested to make a correction by the Control Yuan. Regardless of his
great achievements, Secretary General Lin said humbly that he was just
doing his job as the chief staff of the legislature, to maintain the
legislative power, to defend the rights of the legislature, and to ensure
that the constitution should never be challenged. He is in the full
conviction that mutual respect among government agencies and carrying out
administration by the law are the only ways to maintain and protect the
rights and benefits of the people. This is Secretary General Lin, a
person
fights for the balance of power in democracy according to his belief and
faith.
 
 
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