South Korean PM keeps job after nominees pull out


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Being pro-Japanese would be too threatening for Park - - might mean there could actually be peaceful co-existence between the 2 countries.

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So what about the responsibilities to the victims of the accident ? The current PM will remain his post because of political reasons ?

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South Korea’s president has decided to retain the country’s current prime minister after two possible replacements for the job both abandoned their nominations because of questions over past behavior.

Just goes to show South Korea and world what President Park's word is worth...

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Then announcement came two days after Park’s second choice for the job withdrew his name amid criticism over pro-Japanese remarks he allegedly made

Everyone in this country is engaging in a "blaming game" and loves scapegoats tactics to stay in power.

No true democracy until they realize that first. SK is really a hopeless country without forward thinkers.

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And just TWO candidates for country's PM ?

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