Seoul Seeks Special Law Banning Military Intervening in Political Activities
A discussions are underway to create a special law that forbids military soldiers to intervene in political activities in South Korea.
A defense ministry source told reporters Wednesday the Defense Ministry is drawing up a special law that would mandate the military s neutral standing in politics, according to Yonhap.
The discussion comes amid controversy following the disclosure of a military document that states its plan for a crackdown on demonstrators who participated in candlelight vigils to protest former President Park Geun-hye.
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