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Blue House to accept FSS chief's resignation after NEC found his actions illegal Updated: 2018-04-17 18:03:19 KST

On Monday, Financial Supervisory Service Governor, Kim Ki-sik offered to resign from his post after the National Election Commission announced the former lawmaker violated Election Law.
The Presidential Office announced that it respects the watchdog's decision and have accepted his resignation.
The NEC found illegality in Kim's actions at the end of his term as lawmaker, when he made a donation of more than 45 thousand U.S. dollars to an association of lawmakers which he belonged to.
The FSS chief was also under fire after it was revealed that three overseas trips made during his time in office were funded by financial and research institutions under the oversight of his parliamentary financial committee.
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