Ruling party lawmaker urges swift passage of anti-terrorism bill

Speaking in a press conference at the National Assembly, he claimed the attack on U.S. Ambassador Mark Lippert could not be prevented because there were no legal grounds to keep watch over the assailant, Kim Ki-jong, despite his questionable background.

“In order to stop a terrorist incident, such as the attack on Ambassador Mark Lippert, from happening again, not only the (ruling) party, government and Cheong Wa Dae, but also the ruling and opposition parties should work together,” Lee said. Cheong Wa Dae is the name of South Korea’s presidential office.

via Ruling party lawmaker urges swift passage of anti-terrorism bill.

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