Constitutional Court of South Korea ruled to formally oust President Park Geun-hye

SOUTH KOREA-SEOUL-PARK GEUN-HYE
As expected and wished by millions of Korean citizens, the Constitutional Court of South Korea ruled to formally oust President Park Geun-hye from office on charges of corruption and abuse of power.
After the voting of the Constitutional Court, Park become the first South Korean president to lose office through parliamentary impeachment.
The situation my not affect the official work done by government, as in an institutional country like the Republic of Korea, the wheel won’t stop, and now it is a matter of early elections, where the people have to choose their next president.
A hidden reason to impeach Park could be her family political background, a reason more vital to determine the way any next president would move or choose the closer circle to his office.
But Koreans should know that the icy mount of corruption doesn’t melt when you remove its peak, and it is certain that under the head there is a whole long way to fight corruption in the cores of the system.
One more aspect to be considered, when we know that the ex-UN General Secretary is marching for the presidential race in his own country, that such a post needs more than successful foreign affairs career, rather it needs an administrative mind to find, and fight the corruption roots.

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