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History of South Korean Democracy

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History of South Korea and its leaders:

1. Rhee Syng-man (1948-1960) - deposed
2. Yun Po-sun (1960-1962) - deposed
3. Paкk Jeong hee (1962-1979) - killed
4. Choi Kyu-hah (1979 - 1980) - deposed by a military coup
5. Chun Doo-hwan (1981-1988) - sentenced to death after completing his presidential term.
6. Roh Tae-woo (1988-1993) - sentenced to 22 years in prison after completing his presidential term.
7. Kim Yong sam (1993-1998) - Was in prison under President number three. As president, he secured the conviction of two of his predecessors.
8. Kim Dae jung (1998-2003) - Was imprisoned under President number three, sentenced to death under President number 5 (later pardoned). Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
9. Roh Moo-hyun (2003-2008) - Impeached (annulled by the Constitutional Court). After the end of the presidential term, he was under investigation on corruption charges. Committed suicide
10. Lee Myung-bak (2008-2013) - after the end of the presidential term, he was arrested and is under arrest on charges of corruption.
11. Park Geun-hye (2013 -2016) - impeached. Arrested on corruption charges. 24 years in prison.
12. Moon Jae-in is the current president. Not sitting yet…

What do they say?
"The changeability of power is the main sign of democracy!"
"The main thing is the choice of two or more candidates"
 

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History of South Korea and its leaders:

1. Rhee Syng-man (1948-1960) - deposed
2. Yun Po-sun (1960-1962) - deposed
3. Paкk Jeong hee (1962-1979) - killed
4. Choi Kyu-hah (1979 - 1980) - deposed by a military coup
5. Chun Doo-hwan (1981-1988) - sentenced to death after completing his presidential term.
6. Roh Tae-woo (1988-1993) - sentenced to 22 years in prison after completing his presidential term.
7. Kim Yong sam (1993-1998) - Was in prison under President number three. As president, he secured the conviction of two of his predecessors.
8. Kim Dae jung (1998-2003) - Was imprisoned under President number three, sentenced to death under President number 5 (later pardoned). Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
9. Roh Moo-hyun (2003-2008) - Impeached (annulled by the Constitutional Court). After the end of the presidential term, he was under investigation on corruption charges. Committed suicide
10. Lee Myung-bak (2008-2013) - after the end of the presidential term, he was arrested and is under arrest on charges of corruption.
11. Park Geun-hye (2013 -2016) - impeached. Arrested on corruption charges. 24 years in prison.
12. Moon Jae-in is the current president. Not sitting yet…

What do they say?
"The changeability of power is the main sign of democracy!"
"The main thing is the choice of two or more candidates"

Now Post the History of North Korean Democracy......

 
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Now Post the History of North Korean Democracy......

No president was killed or imprisoned. There are no foreign occupation troops in the country and even the United States has to reckon with its military force.
 

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No president was killed or imprisoned. There are no foreign occupation troops in the country and even the United States has to reckon with its military force.

No president was killed or imprisoned.

That's awesome!
What percentage of the vote did they receive?
 
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No president was killed or imprisoned.

That's awesome!
What percentage of the vote did they receive?
Democratic presidents of South Korea received only democratic percentages from the population. See the result in the first post.
 

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Democratic presidents of South Korea received only democratic percentages from the population. See the result in the first post.

Did commie presidents of North Korea receive commie percentages from the population?
 

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What this thread is about? That South Korea's democracy is 'bad' in comparison with North Korea's autocracy? I think one should be not too bright to actually claim that.

The way of South Korea to actual democracy wasn't smooth and perfect. As wasn't Taiwan's. But they were right in the end.
 
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The way of South Korea to actual democracy wasn't smooth and perfect.. But they were right in the end.
You have an information that current president will not go to jail? O.K.
By the way, when Stalin imprisoned anyone, including generals and people's commissars, of course, it was totalitarianism and a terrible crime, but when this happens in South Korea, it is the path of democracy. Don't mix it up!
 

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You have an information that current president will not go to jail? O.K.
By the way, when Stalin imprisoned anyone, including generals and people's commissars, of course, it was totalitarianism and a terrible crime, but when this happens in South Korea, it is the path of democracy. Don't mix it up!

When is the next election in North Korea?
 
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You have an information that current president will not go to jail? O.K.
By the way, when Stalin imprisoned anyone, including generals and people's commissars, of course, it was totalitarianism and a terrible crime, but when this happens in South Korea, it is the path of democracy. Don't mix it up!
How old are you, kid? In South Korea, a person who holds the highest post can be imprisoned. It is not they who can imprison anyone.

And now get back to the school and learn what a basic logic is.
 

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History of South Korea and its leaders:

1. Rhee Syng-man (1948-1960) - deposed
2. Yun Po-sun (1960-1962) - deposed
3. Paкk Jeong hee (1962-1979) - killed
4. Choi Kyu-hah (1979 - 1980) - deposed by a military coup
5. Chun Doo-hwan (1981-1988) - sentenced to death after completing his presidential term.
6. Roh Tae-woo (1988-1993) - sentenced to 22 years in prison after completing his presidential term.
7. Kim Yong sam (1993-1998) - Was in prison under President number three. As president, he secured the conviction of two of his predecessors.
8. Kim Dae jung (1998-2003) - Was imprisoned under President number three, sentenced to death under President number 5 (later pardoned). Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
9. Roh Moo-hyun (2003-2008) - Impeached (annulled by the Constitutional Court). After the end of the presidential term, he was under investigation on corruption charges. Committed suicide
10. Lee Myung-bak (2008-2013) - after the end of the presidential term, he was arrested and is under arrest on charges of corruption.
11. Park Geun-hye (2013 -2016) - impeached. Arrested on corruption charges. 24 years in prison.
12. Moon Jae-in is the current president. Not sitting yet…

What do they say?
"The changeability of power is the main sign of democracy!"
"The main thing is the choice of two or more candidates"
It seems like there is a curse of the leadership of South Korea.
 

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