Talk:List of members of the National Assembly (South Korea), 2012–2016

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UPP proportional representation list[edit]

Just today(6 May), Kim Jae-yeon (UPP List No. 3) refused to resign her seat despite the party's recommendation. Because the recommendation isn't compulsory, she might be able to keep her seat and UPP could have six seats in the Assembly, instead of five.

Source: Kim Jae-yeon, "I will not resign. No evidence that the youth proportional representative election was flawed." (publisher: Money Today, author: Baek Ye-ri (백예리), language: Korean )

I wouldn't update the list now, since it looks confusing how things will sorted out. --- PBJT (talk) 20:07, 6 May 2012 (UTC)