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The main opposition Minjoo Party of Korea(MPK) has reinstated independent lawmaker Lee Hae-Chan, who left the MPK earlier this year after he was excluded from the party's nominations for the April 13th general elections.
Near Seoul National University lies a bookstore named Gwangjang Books. Lawmaker Lee Hae-Chan first opened the store in 1978.

The main opposition Minjoo Party of Korea(MPK) will seek to reinstate independent lawmaker Lee Hae-Chan, who left the MPK earlier this year after he was excluded from the party's nomination for the April 13th general elections.
Former chief of the main opposition Minjoo Party of Korea (MPK) Moon Jae-in, who served as chief of staff to Roh, arrived in the middle of the concert after having attended the MPK convention that elected Choo Mi-ae as the new party leader.
Under former President Roh Moo-hyun, Lee Hae-Chan was a "heavyweight" prime minister. It was possible because the two people shared the same idea.
Under former President Roh Moo-hyun, Lee Hae-Chan was a "heavyweight" prime minister. It was possible because the two people shared the same idea.

[THE investor] Following the thwarted airport plan that left the southeast region in feuds, political parties promptly shifted their focus to the central administrative city of Sejong, seeking momentum there and in its surrounding Cheungcheong provinces.
Lee Hae-Chan who defected from the party in the run-up to the April 13 general election and won his legislative seat for Sejong City as an independent candidate.
Roh's wife Kwon Yang-sook, his son Roh Kun-ho, former MPK Chairman Moon Jae-in and independent lawmaker Lee Hae-Chan who is also chairman of the Roh Moo-hyun Foundation attended the ceremony.
Opposition stalwart Lee Hae-Chan -- a former prime minister -- also prevailed in the election, winning in the Sejong constituency as an independent after the Minjoo Party did not nominate him.
Former Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan, on the other hand, is suffering the consequences of his disgraceful defection from the Minjoo Party.
Even high-ranking old-timers were not spared, with former prime minister Lee Hae-Chan and nearly one-third of Minjoo's incumbents excluded from the nomination list for next month's polls.
The party was shaken to the core by the results of the selection process, in which one-third of 108 incumbent lawmakers were dropped, including former Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan, a loyalist to late President Roh Moo-hyun. He and others were the ...
The party was shaken to the core by the results of the selection process, in which one-third of 108 incumbent lawmakers were dropped, including former Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan, a loyalist to late President Roh Moo-hyun. He and others were the ...
Lee Hae-Chan, former Prime Minister under the Roh administration and a symbol of the faction, was excluded from nomination by the MPK leadership, but, overall, Moon saw a satisfying result.
The Minjoo Party of Korea excluded Chyung and other veteran politicians, including former Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan, who also declared his intent to run as an independent.
Rep. Jung Chung-rae, the second-term lawmaker known for his combative rhetoric against the conservatives, and Rep. Lee Hae-Chan, the former prime minister during the late Roh Moo-hyun administration, was excluded from the party's nomination list.

Seoul -- A former prime minister vowed Tuesday to quit the main opposition party and run in next month's parliamentary race as an independent, a move that could further deepen the factional infighting within the opposition bloc.
Seoul -- A former prime minister vowed Tuesday to quit the main opposition party and run in next month's parliamentary race as an independent, a move that could further deepen the factional infighting within the opposition bloc.
Last week, the main opposition Minjoo Party of Korea named candidates for parliamentary seats to be contested in the April 13 polls, but excluded Chyung and other veteran politicians, including former Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan. Chyung is a son of ...
The elimination of Lee Hae-Chan, who served as prime minister for the late former President Roh Moo-hyun, from the Minjoo Party of Korea's election candidates is a meaningful step toward revamping the main opposition.
The main opposition Minjoo Party of Korea (MPK) ruled out Rep. Lee Hae-Chan, a former prime minister affiliated with the late President Roh Moo-hyun, from nominations to run in the April 13 general election, Monday.
The party's nomination management committee announced Monday that it would make strategic nominations in the administrative city of Sejong.
... the pro-Roh faction," said Rep. Moon Byung-ho. The people's Party said the main opposition's left-wing heavyweights, such as Rep. Lee Hae-Chan and Lee Mok-hee, should be excluded from the nomination list. By Yeo Jun-suk (jasonyeo@heraldcorp.com)
As for last year, the total amount of revenue flowing into the KIC amounted to $540 million, while $520 million was paid during the conservative administration from President Lee Myung-bak to Park Geun-hye, according to a lawmaker Lee Hae-Chan of the ...
Meanwhile, Rep. Lee Hae-Chan of the opposition Minjoo Party, who served as a prime minister under the administration of President Roh Moo-hyun (2003-08), said $520,000,000 had moved into the KIC during the administrations of President Lee Myung-bak ...
Yet, lawmaker Lee Hae-Chan of the party expressed opposition in concern of offending China. At the Foreign Affairs and Unification Committee meeting held on Sunday, two lawmakers of the Minjoo Party made a sublime comment that the recent launch was ...
... Prime Minister for education going to a venue attended by heads of state and foreign ministers from all around the world where we could have had a number of bilateral meetings," said New politics Alliance for democracy lawmaker Lee Hae-Chan on May 4.
"Kim telah melakukan diskusi isu-isu seputar hubungan Korea Selatan-Korea Utara yang tertunda dengan Lee Hae-Chan (Perdana Menteri Korea Selatan) ketika mereka menghadiri forum tersebut pada 2005," ucapnya.
Kim had discussions on pending inter-Korean issues with Lee Hae-Chan, then Seoul's prime minister, when they attended the forum in 2005.
Kim had discussions on pending inter-Korean issues with Lee Hae-Chan, then Seoul's prime minister, when they attended the forum in 2005.
Many high-ranking government officials, including former Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan, were forced to step down in the past amid criticism for taking lavish overseas golf trips or engaging in other activities seen as unsuitable for their posts.
When the New politics Alliance for democracy Chairman Moon Jae-in raised the issue, the Saenuri Party argued in a briefing that former President Roh Moo-hyun had also appointed four assemblymen, including Lee Hae-Chan, as special advisers in October ...
Seoul (Yonhap) -- North Korea's economy minister left on Feb. 23 for Russia, according to Pyongyang's media, amid signs of improved ties between the neighboring countries.
"It would have been better to hold primary tours," an official at the main opposition New politics Alliance for democracy deplored, as the party`s February 8 primary has failed to heat up the atmosphere.
"Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan of the Roh Moo-hyun government and Prime Minister Kim Jong-pil of the Kim Dae-jung government were particularly influential not because of the system but because of their abilities and characters.


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