Seoul, March 10 (QNA) – South Korea’s Acting President and Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn on Friday called on the nation to accept the Constitutional Court’s ruling to dismiss President Park Geun-hye and work together to heal worsening divisions, Yonhap News Agency reported.
Highlighting a “complex” web of challenges facing the country, including North Korea’s ever-growing military threats, the rapidly changing contours of regional geopolitics and economic uncertainties, the acting president called for joint efforts to quickly stabilize state affairs.
“We also have to pick a new president within the short span of 60 days and rapidly stabilize state affairs,” he said. “If there can’t be unity beyond the confusion, we cannot stabilize state affairs and carry out the presidential election in a fair manner,” he added. (QNA)