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South Korea's Female President "Willing To Resign"

President Park Geun-hye of South Korea has said she has asked parliament to help her find a way to stand down. Ms Park has been facing growing calls to resign amid an investigation into whether she allowed a long-time friend to influence political decisions for personal gain.

She said, "I leave to parliament everything about my future including shortening of my term".

An impeachment motion had been scheduled in parliament this Friday.

12 comments:

  1. This is leadership. Yes, she made a mistake (nobody's perfect) but she's sensible enough to know that if her people wants her out, there's no point staying in office. Our Nigerian leaders will NEVER do that, they'll rather do the exact opposite as if the position is their birth right.

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  2. Ready to relinquish power? Trust our politicians in 9ja they would do anything possible to prevent the impeachment.

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  3. Ready to relinquish power? Trust our politicians in 9ja they would do anything possible to prevent the impeachment.

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  4. I don't know why they are still prolonging this woman case am tired of listening to her news on CNN self

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  5. Gud Nigerians should emulate from that...

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  6. If na Nigeria, make I hear sey the person go even dream of resigning.

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  7. when will our african leaders learn this?

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  8. She is looking for a soft landing

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  9. An african Leader will never step down ..they would bribe thier way out of the problem...then loot the commonwealth to recover ..

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  10. This can't happen in nigeria, our leaders should learn from this.

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  11. The hullabaloo just too much for her to handle.

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