New Korea Party

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New Korea Party
Founded 6 December 1995
Dissolved 21 November 1997
Merger of Democratic Justice Party
Peaceful Democracy Party
New Democratic Republican Party
Merged into Grand National Party
Ideology Conservatism,
Liberal conservatism
Political position Right-wing
International affiliation None
Colours Blue
Politics of South Korea
Political parties
Elections
New Korea Party
Hangul 신한국당
Hanja
Revised Romanization Sin Han-gukdang
McCune–Reischauer Sin Han-kuktang
Democratic Liberal Party
Hangul 민주자유당
Hanja
Revised Romanization Minju Ja-yudang
McCune–Reischauer Minju Cha-yutang

The New Korea Party (Sin Han-gukdang) was founded by the merging of Roh Tae-woo's Democratic Justice Party, Kim Young Sam's Peaceful Democracy Party and Kim Jong-pil's New Democratic Republican Party to form the Democratic Liberal Party (Minju Ja-yudang). It was renamed the New Korea Party (NKP) in 1995.[1] In 1997, the NKP merged with the United Democratic Party (1996) to form the Grand National Party.

Election results[edit]

Presidential elections[edit]

Election Candidate Total votes Share of votes Outcome Party Name
1992 Kim Young-sam 9,977,332 42.0% Elected Green tickY Democratic Liberal Party

Legislative elections[edit]

Election Total seats won Total votes Share of votes Outcome of election Election leader Party Name
1992
149 / 299
7,923,719 38.5% Increase149 seats; Minority Roh Tae-woo Democratic Liberal Party
1996
139 / 299
6,783,730 34.5% Decrease24 seats; Minority Kim Young-sam New Korea Party

Local elections[edit]

Election Metropolitan mayor/Governor Provincial legislature Municipal mayor Municipal legislature Party Name
1995
5 / 15
284 / 875
70 / 230
Democratic Liberal Party

References[edit]

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