Roh's Woes Continue

Life never seems to get any better for embattled South Korean President Roh Moo Hyun. Legislators last week overturned a presidential veto he had used to block an independent investigation into corruption allegations against three of his former aides. It's the first time in 49 years that a veto has been reversed, and it leaves Roh fighting for his political life. "It's going to hurt a great deal," says Yoo Jay Kun, a lawmaker with Our Open Party, a group of legislators loyal to Roh. Targets of the investigation include Choi Do Sul, a Roh aide arrested in October on charges...

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