Korea (South)
May 30th 2006
Nation Goes to Polls Wednesday
Korea Times

South Koreans are electing local administrators and councils under a list proportional voting system after that country's court ruled winner-take-all systems unconstitutional. The franchise has been extended to foreigners and 19 year-olds.

April 16th 2005
Accept the Proposal on Proportional Representatives!
The Hankyoreh

Paper endorses proportional representation, and other reforms advocated by The Political Reform Council, to better reflect country's diverse political opinions.

March 9th 2005
ULD facing big crisis as key member quits
Korea Herald

The minor United Liberal Democrats yesterday suffered the biggest crisis in its 10-year history as South Chungcheong Governor Shim Dae-pyung resigned

July 18th 2004
Uri Party to Revise Election and Political Funding Laws
The Donga

April 16th 2004
Uri Party won 152; GNP won 121
The Dong-A Ilbo (Korea)

March 29th 2004
Disabled female activist tops Uri proportional seats
The Korea Herald

February 17th 2004
Odd path to equality
Korea Herald

January 27th 2004
Panel passes election revision bills, but far from reaching compromise on other changes
The Korea Herald

January 27th 2004
New Trend for General Election - Women Rule Over
The Dong-A Ilbo

January 11th 2004
Electoral Reform Panel Back in Action
Korea Times

December 29th 2003
Hopes for Electoral Reform Dashed
Korea Times

December 22nd 2003
Reform panel to finalize plans today
Korea Herald

December 18th 2003
Roh sends Assembly political reform plan
Korea Herald

October 19th 2003
FTC Alerts Chaebol Again Over Corporate Governance System
Korea Times

July 7th 2003
A gender-equal society
Korea Herald

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