Democratization in Korea and its influence on the Constitution
[Conclusion]: Political parties have disputes over the presidential system and the parliamentary system according to their gains from each. Political power whose stronghold is mainly from a certain region espouses a parliamentary government system because the presidential system can ensure nothing for them unless they become president. It shows that politicians can take advantage of the Constitution and political system for their own gains. People and civil organizations that do not have...[Show more]
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