Presidential Office: Meeting among Pres. Moon and Major Parties Unlikely

Write : 2017-09-12 16:55:49 Update : 2017-09-12 17:30:20

Presidential Office: Meeting among Pres. Moon and Major Parties Unlikely

The political gridlock following the parliament’s refusal to approve President Moon Jae-in’s selection to head the Constitutional Court is likely to delay or cancel a proposed meeting among President Moon Jae-in and the leaders of the five major political parties.
 
A senior official of the presidential office told reporters on Tuesday that the current situation is not promising for the meeting to take place, although the top office will continue trying.
 
Regarding concerns about the lack of bipartisan messages and the impact they will make on the grave security situation on the Korean Peninsula, the official defended the top office, saying it has been making efforts to raise unified voices with the opposition parties.
 
The presidential office said last Friday that the president plans to invite the leaders of the five parties to the top office this week to discuss the security situation on the Korean Peninsula and seek their cooperation in forming a state affairs consultation body.  

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