Political Parties Need to Clarify Their Ideology and Policy Views

Cho Dong-keun
May 2004
Korea Focus;May/Jun2004, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p29
Explores the need for political parties in South Korea to clarify their ideology and economic policy views. Fundamental differences between the ruling Uri Party and the Roh administration in regard to economic policy; Reasons why political parties failed to spell out their political ideology during the campaign period of the parliamentary election; Economic conditions in South Korea.


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