ⓘ Labor Party (South Korea)

Labor Party (South Korea)

ⓘ Labor Party (South Korea)

After the New Progressive Party and the Socialist Party voted to unite in 2012, the Labor Party was officially formed the following year. It held its interim party congress on 21 July 2013.

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