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President Park's party loses majority
South Korea's Moon Jae-in sworn in vowing to address North


year 2017 Top ^

May.9
  Moon Jae-in has been sworn in, vowing to address the economy and relations with the North in his first speech as president


year 2016 Top ^

Apr.13
  The governing party has lost the parliamentary majority it has held for 16 years, partial results from Wednesday's general election show



year 2012 Top ^

Dec.19
  Conservative candidate Park Geun-Hye claimed victory in presidential election, a result that will make her the country's first woman president
Dec.18   S Koreans vote for new president   Millions of South Koreans are casting ballots in a presidential election seen as too close to call Dec.17   S Korea rivals in final poll push  Park Geun-hye of the ruling Saenuri party faces Moon Jae-in of the liberal Democratic United Party Apr.11 Ruling party win South Korea vote  Saenuri party has taken the majority of seats in parliamentary polls, winning 152 in the 300-seat national assembly

year 2008 Top ^

Jun.18   UN chief questions Zimbabwe vote
  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has said the violence could undermine the outcome of the presidential run-off election

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.19 Lee set for landslide
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  Lee Myung-Bak, a former Seoul mayor and Hyundai executive, claimed victory in presidential election
 Lee is currently facing investigation amid allegations of fraud. Both his main rivals had earlier conceded defeat


year 2004 Top ^

Apr.15 Uri Party wins election
  Lberal Uri Party has won a large majority in the parliamentary elections and was set to win 152 seats

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.19 Roh claims victory presidential vote
  Pro-government liberal candidate Roh Moo-hyun told supporters he would 'open a new era for dialogue and harmony'
Dec.18 Presidential election  Tight race is dominated by the nation's relationships with Pyongyang to the north and the United States


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B. 2017-05-09 South Korea's Moon Jae-in sworn in vowing to address North South Korea
C. 2016-04-13 President Park's party loses majority South Korea
2012-12-19 Park Geun-hye claims S. Korea presidential victory South Korea
E. 2012-12-18 S Koreans vote for new president South Korea
F. 2012-12-17 S Korea rivals in final poll push South Korea
G. 2012-04-11 Ruling party win South Korea vote South Korea
H. 2007-12-19 Lee set for landslide Seoul, South Korea
I. 2004-04-15 Uri Party wins election South Korea


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