The Korea-EU FTA has been sent back yet again after more errors were found in a freshly submitted translation and will have to be laid before the Cabinet again. The government was left with egg on its face when an inaccurate translation was put before the National Assembly.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade on Monday withdrew the Korea-EU FTA bill from the National Assembly and plans to submit it to the Cabinet when the mistakes have been corrected. This throws a spoke in the wheels of plans by the government and ruling Grand National Party to get the FTA ratified by April.
Lawmakers said the ministry admitted that the second translation of the Korea-EU FTA contained a considerable number of fresh errors and agreed to submit a corrected version again. As soon as the plenary session of the National Assembly opens next month, it will withdraw the FTA bill and start the process all over.
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