Pyongyang, December 12 (KCNA) — In the wake of the passage of the motion on the impeachment of Park Geun Hye in the “National Assembly,” religious bodies of south Korea demanded on Dec. 9 that the “constitutional court” make a decision for the people, according to the south Korean CBS.
The Emergency Measure Council of the south Korean Council of Christian Churches contended that the “court” should accept the decision of the “National Assembly” as soon as possible and thus reflect the will of the people.
The Buddhist Jogye Order in a commentary said that the passage of the motion means a stern judgment of the people and a historic product of the strength of the people.
It urged the “court” to make a historic judgment for the people.
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