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South Korea's prime minister Chung Un-chan has offered to resign after parliament turned down his efforts to scrap a plan that will relocate several government ministries out of the capital. Full Story>>
For more analysis on the resignation of the South Korean Prime Minister, and the country's political landscape, we are joined in studio by our current affairs commentator, Mr. George Yingnien Tsang.
Q1: We know the direct cause behind Prime Minister Chung Un-Chan's resignation is his failure to prevent a major new city relocation project for numerous ministries and government agencies. Why is the ruling party and the Parliament at odds over the project? Given the ruling party's victory in July 29 by-election, do you think the president would eventually get the upper-hand and block the plan of his predecessor?