Navigation
Suscribe
Menu Search Facebook Twitter
Search Close
Menu ALL SECTIONS
  • Capital Coahuila
  • Capital Hidalgo
  • Capital Jalisco
  • Capital Morelos
  • Capital Oaxaca
  • Capital Puebla
  • Capital Quintana Roo
  • Capital Querétaro
  • Capital Veracruz
  • Capital México
  • Capital Michoacán
  • Capital Mujer
  • Reporte Índigo
  • Estadio Deportes
  • The News
  • Efekto
  • Diario DF
  • Capital Edo. de Méx.
  • Green TV
  • Revista Cambio
Radio Capital
Pirata FM
Capital Máxima
Capital FM
Digital
Prensa
Radio
TV
X
Newsletter
Facebook Twitter
X Welcome! Subscribe to our newsletter and receive news, data, statistical and exclusive promotions for subscribers
World

South Korean President to 'Calmly' Accept Impeachment Outcome

Lee Jung Hyun, a ruling party lawmaker who attended the meeting, says it seems that Park hopes lawmakers will accept her resignation rather than push ahead with an attempt to impeach her

South Korean President Park Geun-hye, left, meets with National Assembly Speaker Chung Sye-kyun at the National Assembly in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, photo: Yonhap via AP/Back Seung-yul
10 months ago

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korean lawmakers say President Park Geun-hye is willing to “calmly” accept impeachment if the opposition-controlled parliament votes for her removal this week, but prefers to resign on her own terms.

Chung Jinsuk, floor leader of the conservative ruling party, said Tuesday after an hour-long meeting with Park that she was willing to accept a now-withdrawn proposal by the party for her to voluntarily step down in April to set up a presidential election in June.

Lee Jung Hyun, a ruling party lawmaker who attended the meeting, says it seems that Park hopes lawmakers will accept her resignation rather than push ahead with an attempt to impeach her.

Park has been accused of helping a close confidante extort from companies and manipulate state affairs.

Comments Whatsapp Twitter Facebook Share
More From The News
Sports

Cowboys Are World's Most Valuable Team a ...

11 hours ago
World

Spicer Suggests Critics of Emmy Appearan ...

11 hours ago
World

Mattis: No Need Yet to Shoot Down NKorea ...

11 hours ago
Sports

Odell Beckham Jr. Active for New York Gi ...

12 hours ago
Most Popular

Trudeau: Canada Could Stop Dealing with ...

By The Associated Press
World

Weekly Horoscopes

By Nicole DeFuria
Living

Weekly Horoscopes

By Nicole DeFuria
Living

Hurricane Max Forecast to Hit Southern M ...

By The Associated Press
Mexico

Oaxaca Businesses Shut Down to Protest T ...

By Reuters
Mexico