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  • Yes, I think so.

    It is hard to imagine a more absolute fall for a woman who conservatives had long cherished as the self-sacrificing "Daughter of the Nation," a woman who survived a knife attack a decade ago on the campaign trail that left her face slashed, and who rose above widespread sexism to build a political juggernaut.

  • No, i disagree

    No, i disagree with this. South Korean president impeachment tarnishes family legacy. Parliament impeached Park and stripped her of all power Friday amid fury over prosecution claims that she had handed over extraordinary power to a corrupt friend. Her prime minister takes over while the nation's Constitutional Court reviews whether to accept the lawmakers' vote and drive her permanently from office.

  • No, sexism is not to blame for the impeachment of the president of South Korea.

    No, sexism is not to blame for the impeachment of the president of South Korea. The South Korean president was impeached because of her participation in a long tradition of corruption in South Korean government. Had the president been a man, impeachment proceedings would have started even sooner than they had.

  • She has business problems.

    The South Korean president might be female, but that doesn't mean that there aren't good reasons to impeach her. The South Korean president did some corrupt things. She no longer has the trust of the people. A female shouldn't be allowed to get away with corruption just because of their gender.


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