President Tsai Ing-wen on Friday announced the reappointment of Premier Su Tseng-chang and asked him to continue creating a “better future for Taiwan” at a press conference.
Even though Su received harsh comments when he was first appointed premier, the president said that he did not complain about it.
His first day on the job saw him leading a team to the Taoyuan International Airport for inspection related to the African Swine Fever, Tsai added.
Now, a year later, Tsai has praised Su’s efforts in protecting local people in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tsai added that Su has her full support.
She expressed confidence that Su and his team will work towards a better Taiwan and be successful in suppressing the pandemic, boosting the economy, protecting the people, reforming society and building more infrastructures in the upcoming four years.