In clashes by the Constitutional court in Seoul killed two people.
After the decision of the constitutional court of South Korea on the legality of the impeachment suspended from the duties of the President Park Geun-Hye, in Seoul riots started between opponents of the verdict and police.
The Prime Minister of the country and from December 2016 acting President Hwang Kyo-Ahn held a Ministerial meeting, which promised that the authorities will make every effort to stabilize the situation.
“I respect the decision of the constitutional court. The office should continue steadily to perform public tasks and to support social order, to prevent the growth of internal conflict,” he said.
The Prime Minister also instructed to prepare for during the 60-day election period a new head of state.
Earlier it was reported that in clashes by the Constitutional court in Seoul killed two people.
On the eve of the constitutional court of South Korea approved the impeachment of President Park Geun-Hye, which was passed by Parliament in December 2016.
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