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Protesters shout slogans as they march toward the presidential house during a rally calling for South Korean President Park Geun-hye to step down in Seoul nike air force 270 shoes cheap , South Korea, Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016. Hundreds of thousands of South Koreans marched in the capital for the sixth straight Saturday calling for the removal of scandal-plagued Park, who faces an impeachment vote in parliament next week. The banners read: "Park Geun-hye to step down." (AP PhotoAhn Young-joon).
SEOUL nike sb dunks low ride life cheap , South Korea — Rallying for the sixth straight weekend in what has become perhaps South Korea's biggest protests ever, demonstrators in Seoul on Saturday got the closest yet to the president they desperately want removed.
The demonstration came hours after lawmakers formally launched an attempt to impeach President Park Geun-hye and set up a floor vote for as early as next Friday. State prosecutors accuse Park of helping a close confidante extort money and favors from large companies and manipulate state affairs.
The scandal has sparked mass protests each Saturday in downtown Seoul. In the latest demonstration, the protesters advanced to a narrow alley about 100 meters (yards) away from the presidential palace grounds, an area police didn't previously permit them to enter.
Police were expecting the turnout to be similar to the previous Saturday, when they said 270 nike hyperadapt 1.0 olive flak cheap ,000 turned out for the largest anti-Park rally. Protest organizers estimated that crowd at 1.5 million.
Thousands of demonstrators, led by the relatives of a 2014 ferry disaster that killed more than 300 people, mostly teenagers on a school trip, jammed the alley near the presidential office, shouting for hours for Park's arrest nike hyperadapt 1.0 habanaro red cheap , not just her resignation.
Some protesters angrily threw flowers at police, who had created tight perimeters around the street, and demanded that officers get out of the way.
"We not once were allowed on this street in the past year and seven months. I have long dreamed of the day I stand here with citizens," said Jeon Myeon-seon, one of the parents of the teenagers who died in the ferry disaster nike hyperadapt 1.0 mens cheap , which was partially blamed on government incompetence and corruption. "We will continue to join this fight with our fellow citizens until the full truth is out on how this government defrauded its people."
Thousands also rallied near the National Assembly to pressure parties, including Park's conservative ruling party, to vote for her impeachment next week.
Opposition parties controlling South Korea's parliament had earlier planned to call for a vote this past week, but were threw off after Park made a conditional offer Tuesday to leave office, which left them squabbling over timing.
Park's overture has also caused cracks among dissenters in her conservative ruling party who had earlier backed her impeachment nike hyperadapt 1.0 cheap , an alarming development for opposition parties, which don't have enough votes to push through the impeachment motion themselves.
"I am full of anger, but also worried," said Ray Kim, an out-of-towner who participated in the Seoul protests for the second consecutive week. "It would leave a terrible historical example if millions protested for weeks against a crime-committing president but she was able to shake it off."
Opposition parties waited until after the end of this week's plenary session to register an impeachment motion at 4:10 a.m. Saturday. It means the vote will take place as early as next Friday.