The controversy spread after DP lawmakers and progressive media outlets maliciously raised questions without finding facts. If left unattended, the controversy can lead to a confirmation bias among the public.
To escape from the frame of incompetency, such skills are needed. You can call them an ability to embrace enemy. Politics is about finding realistic means to realize ideals.
After the People Power Party claims that the vulgar word President Yoon Suk-yeol allegedly used after his 48-second talk with U.S. President Joe Biden in New York last week was not aimed at Biden, the Democratic Party insists the target was Biden.
The Ministry of Gender Equality and Family reversed its support for a Democratic Party (DP)-sponsored bill that would scrap the legal definition of a family, which excludes nontraditional households and couples.
What the people want is a vision. Yoon and the PPP have been in power for six months. They must be able to present a concrete vision on how they can change the country for the better.
When the demands of political consumers are completely ignored, politics will never be welcomed.
Lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle wrangled over Democratic Party Chairman Lee Jae-myung’s indictment during the Chuseok holidays.
The four-day Chuseok holiday starts from Friday, but the People Power Party and the Democratic Party are engrossed in a life-or-death battle over political issues.
Former People Power Party (PPP) chairman Lee Jun-seok informed police he will appear for questioning after the Chuseok holidays to address allegations that he received sexual favors in exchange for political access, police officials said Tuesday.
President Yoon must humbly accept advice and criticisms from the people. That is the way to meet public sentiment and become a successful president.