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Lee Hae-chan, right, chairman of the ruling Democratic Party, makes a visit on Monday to see Hwang Kyo-ahn, left, chairman of the main opposition Liberty Korea Party, who has been staging a hunger strike for six days near the Blue House. Although the termination of the Korea-Japan General Security of Military Information Agreement (Gsomia) was suspended, Hwang is demanding that President Moon Jae-in give up the idea of a new investigative body to probe high-ranking officials and retract a plan to revise the election law. [NEWS1]

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