CGJ

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AcronymDefinition
CGJCanadian Geotechnical Journal (bi-monthly publication)
CGJConseil Général des Jeunes (French: General Youth Council)
CGJCombining Grapheme Joiner
CGJCercle de Généalogie Juive (French: Jewish Genealogy Circle; est. 1984)
CGJCuba Gooding Jr. (actor)
CGJCivil Grand Jury
CGJCouncil of Grand Justices (Taiwan)
CGJCorporate Governance Japan (est. 2002)
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President Tsai Ing-wen has nominated Judicial Yuan Secretary-General Lu Tai-lang and three others to the Council of Grand Justices.
is known as the Council of Grand Justices. In particular, the Council
The largest opposition Nationalist Party (KMT), however, continued to threaten to take the matter to the Council of Grand Justices for a constitutional interpretation.
The Council of Grand Justices ruled in January that the executive Yuan had improperly failed to consult with the legislature in its October 2000 decision to suspend construction of the plant, but stopped short of explicitly voiding the decision.
The Council of Grand Justices ruled Monday that Premier Chang Chun-hsiung committed a ''procedural flaw'' by announcing the cancellation of the nuclear power plant without first reporting to the legislature and seeking its approval.
Chi filed his first request for a constitutional review of the laws in 2000 after he made multiple attempts over the years to seek legal recognition of same-sex marriage, but that application never went through a review by the Council of Grand Justices.
Earlier this month, Taiwan's constitutional watchdog, the Council of Grand Justices, ruled Chang ignored proper procedure when announcing the scrapping of the plant without first reporting to the legislature.
The spokeswoman said the 15-member Council of Grand Justices, which was earlier reported to be deeply divided on the matter, managed to rally the required two-third majority for its decision at a meeting earlier in the day.
Chang's report to the legislature comes after the island's constitutional watchdog, the Council of Grand Justices, ruled earlier this month that he ignored proper procedures when announcing the scrapping of the plant without prior consultation with the legislature, but refrained from censoring the move as unconstitutional.
The Council of Grand Justices ruled Monday that Chang cannot cancel the project without the backing of the opposition-controlled legislature, which passed the plant's budget under previous Nationalist Party (KMT) governments.
Taiwan's Council of Grand Justices has decided to accept the government's request to rule whether a decision to scrap an uncompleted nuclear power plant violated the Constitution as the opposition parties claim, evening papers reported Friday.
He also did not sign a request initiated by DPP lawmakers to the Council of Grand Justices to rule whether a one-year ban on recalls for elected local government leaders also applies to the presidency.
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