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ike to say that all leaders and officials promoting child-friendly urban planning are patriots undertaking the national task resolving the low birth rate issue,??Lee said. Lee Ki-cheol, the secretary general of UNICEF Korea. BAsking for a 롤듀오 conservative political party to be disbanded, and taking issue with a judge who did not issue an arrest warrant for K-pop star Seungri. Expressing opposition to an upcoming LGBTQ pride parade, and calling on the government not to accept refugees.These are only some of the requests that have flooded Cheong Wa Dae?셲 online petition system in recent months.??Lawmakers with the main opposition Liberty Korea Party stage a sit-in at the National Assembly on April 29 to protest plans by the ruling Democratic Party and minority opposition parties to fast-track a set of controversial bills. Thanks to the system, South Koreans are closer than ever to the president as anyone can anonymously file a petition seeking the attention of the nation?셲 most powerful person. While the petition system is seen as an example of direct democracy, there are also concerns that it is being abused as a channel for venting emotions, causing division in the society, hurting the separation of powers and alienating minorities.Controversial petitions Since its launch in August 2017 by the Moon Jae-in administration, the petition system has become a vital tool to gauge public opinion, leading lawmakers and government officials to be more aware of and responsive to citizens??demands. The online petition board has seen tens of thousands of petitions on a variety of subjects, ranging from highly personal complaints to divisive social and political issues. According to data from the National Information Society Agency on some 160,000 petitions that were posted on the website from its inception through May 13, calls for political reform accounted for the highest 롤듀오 proportion, 18 percent. This was 롤듀오 followed by p
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