Personnels for an event try to protect Cho, Rhyu, and Shim, three co-leaders of UPP as members of the mainstream faction of the UPP dash to the stage to stop the party's central committee meeting in

 
Personnels for an event try to protect Cho, Rhyu, and Shim, three co-leaders of UPP as members of the mainstream faction of the UPP dash to the stage to stop the party
Personnels (wearing green vests) for an event try to protect Cho Joon-Ho (L), Rhyu Si-Min (top C) and Shim Sang-Jung (bottom C), three co-leaders of the Unified Progressive Party (UPP) as members of the mainstream faction of the UPP dash to the stage to stop the party's central committee meeting in Goyang, north of Seoul May 12, 2012. Local Yonhap news agency reported on Sunday that the minor party has been mired in a factional division since earlier this month when it announced the fairness of its primary to select the party's proportional representation candidates for the April 11 general elections had been seriously compromised. The party has since recommended its leadership and all six lawmakers elected under the proportional representation system should resign over the scandal. The mainstream faction rejected the party's internal investigation of the scandal and called for a ballot of all party members to decide the fate of the lawmakers-elect, Yonhap reported. Picture taken May