President Again

South Korean President Roh Moo Hyun was a visibly relieved man when he met the press last weekend for the first time since getting booted from office in March. An apologetic Roh told Koreans his impeachment was "all the result of my own shortcomings," adding, "I'll try not to disappoint you again." The day before, a vermilion-robed Yun Young Chul, president of the Constitutional Court, ruled that the National Assembly had gone overboard in impeaching Roh for a minor violation of the election law. On two other charges, economic mismanagement and corruption, it ruled that the assembly hadn't proved its case....

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