South Korea's National Assembly is due to start its December extraordinary session.
The ruling Democratic Party wants to open a plenary session at 2PM to try to push through fast-track reform bills related to elections and the prosecution.
But it remains to be seen whether they'll pass as they face strong opposition from the main opposition Liberty Korea Party.
LKP lawmakers have been protesting over the approval of the 2020 budget bill without their consent.
Late Tuesday, the assembly passed a roughly 430 billion U.S. dollar budget bill, submitted by the so-called 4+1 consultative body, a group of lawmakers from the ruling Democratic Party and 4 minor opposition parties excluding the LKP.