Taiwan’s Electricity Liberalization Act, which hasn’t been amended for 50 years, has finalized it’s amendment on January 11, 2017. This achievement, which should have been a milestone of Taiwan’s legal history, was hindered by the flaws of the legislative revision process when amending the Electricity Act, including issues such as the in accuracies of the draft inappropriate legislative procedures and problems with the clauses. This demonstrates the issues that may rise due to the lack of legal experts in the drafting of legislations led by economic or technological think tanks. This article seeks to explore the flaws of the legal process during the amendment from different perspectives. The article begins with the draft legislation, looking into problems such as the content, governmental participation and civil participation. Then the article further discusses the legal procedural issues behind the amended Electricity Act, providing analysis on both the concepts and contents of the legislation. In the end, the conclusion of this article hopes to serve as a suggestion to tackle the flaws in the legal process of Taiwan.