National Assembly (South Korea) facts for kids
The National Assembly of the Republic of Korea, often shortened to the National Assembly, is the 300-member unicameral national legislature of South Korea. Elections to the National Assembly are held every four years.
The latest legislative elections were held on 13 April 2016. It is made up of 253 of the assembly's seats, while the remaining 47 are picked by proportional representation. Members serve four-year terms.
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This graph traces the recent origins of all six main political parties currently in the Republic of Korea. All of which have either split from or merged with other parties in the last four years. They have emerged from four main ideological camps, from Left to Right: Progressive (socialist), liberal, centrist, and conservative.
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