Lawmakers will vote on a series of livelihood
bills today， before shifting their attention to next year′s general elections.
They will also seek to take care of two pieces of business from last month′s session that
were held up by partisan wrangling a vote on the confirmation of Supreme Court justice
nominee Lee Ki－taek and another on a reconciliation bill for last year′s budget.
The ruling Saenuri Party is also seeking to pass other bills by the end of this year，
including the 2016 budget bill and the Korea－China free trade agreement.