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South Korea's political crisis

By Rosslyn Hyams

The South Korean president's future hangs in the balance. She is suspected of involvement in a potentially far-reaching corruption scandal, linked to a close friend. Discontented Koreans have been protesting in the street. Crucial deadlines loom as the parliamentary session ends on 9 December.  South Korea's internal political troubles are the focus of this week's Spotlight on Asia with RFI's Rosslyn Hyams.



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