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South Korea Lawmakers Split From Ruling Party, Form New One

Twenty nine legislators have split from South Korea's ruling Saenuri Party over a corruption scandal centered on impeached President Park Geun-hye. The lawmakers established a new party, unofficially named the New Conservative Party for Reform, that will launch on January 24. The new party hopes to win the support of conservative voters who are displeased with the ruling party before the next presidential election. As part of the effort, the new party may try to convince outgoing...

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