S.Korea parliament chief to force votes on reforms


By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL, Dec 29 (Reuters) - South Korea's parliament speaker vowed to end a protest by opposition politicians to a U.S. trade deal and other measures, and force a vote by Wednesday on dozens of reforms designed to boost Asia's fourth largest economy. Dozens of minority party MPs have occupied the main chamber of parliament since last week, prompting Parliament Speaker Kim Hyong-o on Monday to issue a midnight (1500 GMT) deadline for them to end their sit-in. He did not ...

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