At long last
The National Assembly has finally passed a motion to approve the prosecution’s request for an arrest warrant for Democratic Party leader Lee Jae-myung.
A farce in the legislature
In a farcical development, the two disparate motions are put to a vote in the legislature Thursday.
Sucking up all other issues
The justice minister's submission of a motion endorsing an arrest warrant for DP leader Lee Jae-myung sucks up all other issues.
Justice delayed is justice denied
The Supreme court, led by outgoing Chief Justice Kim Myeong-su, sentenced Rep. Choi Kang-wook to eight months in jail, suspended for two years.
Lee Jae-myung adheres to a hunger strike to end the Yoon Suk Yeol administration’s “prosecution-based dictatorship.”
Despite the urgency of the bills to be passed, most of them are still pending, even two weeks after the opening of the plenary session of the 21st National Assembly on Sept. 1.
A step closer to Kim's nuclear dream
After a meeting with Vladimir Putin in a summit at a space based in Russia, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un wears a gleeful smile.
A stealthy Kim-Putin meeting
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un left for Russia for a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin to make an arms agreement.
A strange election manager
It turned out that the National Election Commission has committed 353 cases of illegal recruitment over the past seven years.
Show me the proof
After being arraigned by the prosecution for questioning on his alleged involvement in the suspicious remittance of $8 million to North Korea, Lee Jae-myung said prosecutors had no evidence except for “inconsistent testimonies” from stakeholders.