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Country needs exit from Cho Kuk turmoil

The largest conservative Liberty Korea Party (LKP) will organize another political rally at Gwanghwamun in central Seoul, Saturday, even though Cho Kuk has already stepped down as justice minister.

LKP floor leader Rep. Na Kyung-won made it clear Friday that the party will continue to hold such rallies, describing Cho's resignation as only the "beginning of judgment" against President Moon Jae-in. "What we must fight against are Moon's arrogance, tyranny and destruction of the constitutional order," Na said during a party meeting. "If we stop here, there will be a second Cho and a third Cho. Persons like Cho will appear over and over again."

The party said the "October Movement" by........

© The Korea Times