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Green Party Korea

Green Party
녹색당
Leader Ha Seung-soo
Lee Yu-jin
Founded March, 2012
Headquarters Seoul
Membership  (2015) 6,843[1]
Ideology Green Politics
Progressivism
Political position Centre-left
International affiliation Global Greens
Asia-Pacific Green Network
National Assembly
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Website
.orgkgreens
Politics of South Korea
Political parties
Elections
Korean name
Hangul 녹색당
Hanja 綠色黨
Revised Romanization Noksaekdang
McCune–Reischauer Noksaektang
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The Green Party Korea is a political party in South Korea. The Green party was established on March, 2012. It is a continuation of the Korea Greens, created following initial discussions in 2011. The party was established in response to the Fukushima Nuclear Crisis of Japan. Green Party Korea is a member of the Global Greens and the Asia-Pacific Green Network. As a result of the party only getting 0.48% in the 19th national parliamentary election in April, 2012, the party was disbanded by the National Election Administration Office.

The Green Party Korea, together with the Basic Income Youth Network, began a two week tour on July 6, 2015 to discover the opinions citizens in South Korea have about basic income, and to introduce the concept of basic income to the community.[2]

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  1. ^ 2015년 6월 당원현황 보고 (그래프)
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