The opposition parties who control South Korea’s National Assembly launched an unprecedented attempt Tuesday to impeach President Roh Moo-hyun over election law violations. The former human rights lawyer’s administration has been swamped by scandal since taking office in February 2002. Late last year, Roh became the first South Korean president to see his veto overridden by the National Assembly. The opposition Grand National Party and the Millennium Democratic Party submitted the impeachment motion after Roh was found to have violated election laws by making remarks aimed at influencing the April 15 parliamentary vote. Full Story
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