Dogfight Festering in “Saenuri Party” of S. Korea

Pyongyang, November 20 (KCNA) — Dogfight is festering between the pro-Park Geun Hye circle and anti-Park circle within the “Saenuri Party” to lead to its split, according to CBS, News 1 and other news reports from south Korea.

The anti-Park Geun Hye circle of the “Saenuri Party” including the former representative and the governor of Kyonggi Province demanded the resignation of Park and the party leadership.
A spokesman for the “Saenuri Party”, the chief of the publicity headquarters and other leading officials of the anti-Park Geun Hye circle declared resignation and a vice-spokesman for the party also stepped down on Nov. 15, threatening the anti-Park circle.
Even the secretary general of the “Saenuri Party” declaration his resignation on Friday.
Meanwhile, Park Geun Hye and pro-Park circle of the “Saenuri Party” blustered that they would strictly investigate the LCT scandal in Pusan.
News services said that the fierce dogfight between the pro-Park circle and the anti-Park circle might lead to the split of the party.

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