Democratic Party (South Korea, 2007)

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Democratic Party
Founded 27 June 2007
Dissolved 17 February 2008
Preceded by Democratic Party (2000)
Merged into United Democratic Party
Ideology Liberalism
International affiliation None
Colours Green, yellow (informally)
Democratic Party
Hangul 민주당
Revised Romanization Minjudang
McCune–Reischauer Minjutang

The Democratic Party was a brief political party of South Korea found after the dissolution of the Democratic Party (2000).[1]


On 27 June 2007 the Democratic Party (2000) dissolved and formed the Democratic Party (2007).

In-je was elected the party's Presidential candidate by the delegates on 14 October 2007 and the party changed its name to Centrist Reformists Democratic Party but received poor results in the election on December 19: He obtained only 0.7% of the vote

On 17 February 2008 the party merged with the United New Democratic Party to form the United Democratic Party.

Election results[edit]

Presidential elections[edit]

Election Candidate Total votes Share of votes Outcome Party Name
2007 Lee In-je 160,708 0.7% Lost Red XN Centrist Reformists Democratic Party

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