Xu Zuling (Reporter of Environmental Information Center) The arbitration result of the Taitung Meilu Bay Resort case was released last month. The arbitral tribunal ruled that the Taitung County Government should pay 629 million yuan to buy back Meilu Bay. The Taitung Anti-Anti-Anti-Anti-Action Alliance and environmental groups today (11th) held up banners in front of the Supervision Yuan, criticizing companies that violated the law with solid evidence, yet taxpayers have to pay huge state compensation expenses.
Huan Tuan pointed out that the legal price of the buildings in the beautiful bay was only more than 100 million yuan, but it was awarded more than photo background removing 600 million yuan in compensation, and asked the Taitung County Government to publish the appraisal report. The Huan Tuan also asked the Overwatch Council to investigate the county magistrates who had developed the case, Xu Qingyuan, Kwong Lizhen, Huang Jianting and others, in order to clarify the wrong policy of the BOT development in the beautiful bay and who should be held politically responsible. The construction photos of Beautiful Bay indicate that the construction cost is 100 million yuan, and the group questioned "where is 629 million yuan" Cai Zhongyue, Deputy CEO of Earth Citizens Foundation, pointed out that the building use license of Beautiful Bay clearly states that the construction cost of the beautiful bay is "10712,924 yuan".
Although the legal cost is generally lower than the actual cost, it is not too much. It's the difference between 100 million and 600 million. Cai Zhongyue also mentioned that an architect told him that he built a house in Taipei City in 2006. The legal cost was 2.8 million yuan, and the actual cost was 6.6 million yuan. The difference was only more than 2 times. In this regard, the Taitung County Government has repeatedly responded that the disclosure of these materials in accordance with the Arbitration Law requires the consent of the Beautiful Bay Company, but the company will not disclose it in order to protect the rights and interests of investors.