Democratic Party decides to toughen its two-track policy
Back here in the South
Lawmakers are back in parliament and are busy drawing up action plans for the coming weeks based on the public sentiment they observed while visiting their constituencies during the Chuseok holiday last week.
The main opposition Democratic Party convened an all-member meeting at the National Assembly earlier today.
Party leader Kim Han-gil said his party will set up a 24-hour headquarters within parliament so DP lawmakers can focus on legislative activities, including the upcoming audit of government offices.
Kim also said he will tour the nation to expand the outdoor campaign in protest against allegations the spy agency meddled in last year's presidential election.
The ruling Saenuri Party convened a meeting of its own lawmakers Monday afternoon, and said it welcomed the opposition party's decision to resume parliamentary business.
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