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The Development of Exchanges between two Korean Parliaments & Its Limits
|Keywords:||南韓國會 ;北韓最高人民會議 ; 兩韓國會交流; 總統制 |
South Korea's National Assembly; North Korea's Supreme People's Assembly ; Exchange between two Korean Parliaments ; presidential system
|Issue Date:||2019-03-21 16:49:35 (UTC+8)|
Since President Myung-Bak Lee took office, exchanges and dialogue between South and North Korea had been stopped due to the hardline policy on North Korea, therefore North-South Korean relations had been drowned into the impasse. In this situation, North's central committee for national unification proposed contact and consultations between two Korean Parliaments against South. South Korea rejected this proposal. However South Korea's parties in Parliament expressed different views and attitudes on North Korea's proposal, which conservative parties as Grand National Party (GNP) and Liberty Forward Party categorically rejected North Korean proposal, but progressive parties as Democratic Party and Democratic Labor Party argued that accepted North Korea's proposal immediately to look for clue of dialogue between South and North Korea. South Korea was adopted presidential system. In the presidential system, The Government has decision-making authority, and to carry North Korea policy, but Parliament, there is no function on North Korea policy. Therefore propulsion of South Korea's National Assembly between North-South Parliaments exchange affect by president and ruling party.
|Relation:||國際關係學報, 36, pp.61-105|
|Appears in Collections:||[國際關係學報] 期刊論文|
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