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History of the Democratic Party

Posted 2009.10.12 15:04
The history of the Democratic Party of the Republic of Korea dates back to the interim government set up on exile during the Japanese colonial rule, before the establishment of the Republic of Korea. Its more immediate beginning, however, dates back to September 5, 1995 when the National Congress for New Politics was created. On December 18, 1997, the NCNP saw the victory of its candidate Kim Dae-jung, who was elected as the 15th President of the Republic of Korea, the first peaceful transfer of power ever from ruling to opposition party. The “People’s Government” was launched. 

In January 2000 the NCNP expanded through reforms under the ideals of democracy, market economy and productive welfare to become the Millennium Democratic Party.  On December 19, 2002 the MDP saw yet another victory, the election of candidate Roh Moo-hyun as the 16th President of the Republic of Korea.  The “Participatory Government” was launched. 

On November 11 2003, through internal reforms the MDP split and from this division, the Uri Party was created. The remaining MDP changed its name to the Democratic Party. In early August 2007 the United New Democratic Party was created. On the 18th of the same month, the UNDP and the Uri Party merged forces, and on February 17 2008, the UNDP and the Democratic Party joined to create the United Democratic Party.

On July 6 2008 at its first regular national convention of the National Delegations’ Congress the party’s official name was changed back to the Democratic Party and Chung Sye Kyun was elected as the President of the Party.

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