South Korea’s president has decided to retain the country’s current prime minister, Chung Hong. Hong had offered to step down as Prime Minister, the number two spot in the country’s government, in an attempt to quell the anger of the country’s citizens after the ferry disaster. An attempt to replace Hong was made by President Park Geun-hye, but the two possible candidates withdrew their names. The main liberal opposition party is criticizing President Park’s decision and calling it an acknowledgement of the government’s incompetence.
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