South Korean parliamentarians steps party controversial president
A group of 29 South-Koranic parliamentarians from the party Saenuri, the controversial president Park Geun-hye stepped on.
The South Korean news agency Yonhap reported Tuesday that the 29 representatives of a new party wish to set up.
Due to the departure of the parliamentarians has Saenuri only 99 seats. The oppositional Democratic y has 121 seats.
A majority of the parliament voted on 9 december for the start of an impeachment procedure against the president. She is accused of a conflict of interest and collusion with a friend. They were large enterprises to be put under pressure to make substantial amounts to donate to private foundations.
Park has apologized, but refuses to resign.