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Q: korea ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: korea
Category: Relationships and Society > Politics
Asked by: cccp1977-ga
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Posted: 20 Oct 2006 16:56 PDT
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Question ID: 775478
kommunistics parties in korea
Subject: Re: korea
Answered By: guillermo-ga on 20 Oct 2006 20:34 PDT
Hello Cccp1977-ga,

I assume you meant to say "communist parties". North Korea is a
communist country with a leading political party which is the Workers
Party of Korea and two other ones that, if not exactly communist in
their origin, since supportive of the communist regime, they can be
considered as sharing a communist ideology or at least sympathising
with it -- the Korean Social Democratic Party and the Chondoist Chongu
Party. Them three form the Democratic Front for the Reunification of
the Fatherland. (See Wikipedia, "List of political parties in North
Korea" --

As to South Korea, not exactly communist, but leftist, are the
Democratic Labour Party and the Socialist Party. However, there is the
Anti-Imperialist National Democratic Front, banned by the South Korean
government for its alleged relationship with the North Korean ruling
Workers' Party of Korea.

I believe that this answer should satisfy your requirement. Otherwise,
please ask for clarification. ( See Wikipedia, "List of political
parties in South Korea" --


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