Op-ed: Momentum builds for broad constitutional revision in South Korea

5 January
Since the last constitutional revision in 1987, South Korea's democracy has made strides in a way implausible under past authoritarian governments, which tweaked the basic law arbitrarily to consolidate or extend their grip on power. No presidents have since attempted to stay in power beyond their statutory single, five-year term. Citizens have engaged in direct, free polls for the top elected [...] Read more here: Yonhap News Agency


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