Ruling, Opposition, Families Meet to Discuss Special Sewol Law

Write : 2014-09-29 19:46:53 Update : 2014-09-29 22:16:24

Ruling, Opposition, Families Meet to Discuss Special Sewol Law

The ruling and opposition parties and families of the Sewol victims met for the first time to discuss the special Sewol law, but failed to reach an agreement, deciding to meet again on Tuesday.
After the talks on Monday that lasted more than three hours, ruling Saenuri Party floor leader Lee Wan-koo said he couldn’t discuss the specifics of the meeting as it wouldn’t help with the trilateral negotiations.
Lee added that the families will hold a general meeting Monday to find common ground.
The trilateral meeting took place at the request of the ruling party. During a meeting of ruling and opposition floor leaders Monday, the Saenuri Party said it has to verify whether the families approve of the opposition's draft of the Sewol bill.

The opposition is said to have suggested a number of proposals related to recommending candidates for a special prosecutor to investigate the Sewol tragedy. 

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