SOUTH KOREA TO MAKE A PRESIDENCY ELECTION ON 9TH MAY


SOUTH KOREA TO MAKE A PRESIDENCY ELECTION ON 9TH MAY

South Korea to make a presidency election on 9th may as reports given by Yonhap news agency. Prime Minister Chung Hong who has been working as an acting president of South Korea since December, has already declared that he won’t be fighting for the presidency.

                                               Prime Minister Chung Hong

Park Geun-Hye who was the former president of South Korea who was dismissed from the post of president after sever charges of corruption were made on her. She was the first leader in South Korea who was elected democratically. The investigating officer stated that park and her team had pressurized different corporate companies and raised funds.

                      

                                        Former President of South Korea: Park Geun-Hye 

The judicial section of the country has asked to elect a president within 60 days from the day when park Geun-Hye was dismissed from the post. The government has decided to lock dates of elections to be held on different states within this week.

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