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Leaving National Assembly

An official of the minor opposition Minsaeng Party removes a banner in the party's meeting room at the National Assembly in Seoul, Friday. In the April 15 general election, the party failed to win a single seat, so it is not permitted to have an office or a meeting room within the main Assembly building of the for the 21st Assembly that will start on May 30. In the 20th Assembly, the party had 20 lawmakers. Yonhap
An official of the minor opposition Minsaeng Party removes a banner in the party's meeting room at the National Assembly in Seoul, Friday. In the April 15 general election, the party failed to win a single seat, so it is not permitted to have an office or a meeting room within the main Assembly building of the for the 21st Assembly that will start on May 30. In the 20th Assembly, the party had 20 lawmakers. Yonhap
An official of the minor opposition Minsaeng Party removes a banner in the party's meeting room at the National Assembly in Seoul, Friday. In the April 15 general election, the party failed to win a single seat, so it is not permitted to have an office or a meeting room within the main Assembly building of the for the 21st Assembly that will start on May 30. In the 20th Assembly, the party had 20 lawmakers. Yonhap
An official of the minor opposition Minsaeng Party removes a banner in the party's meeting room at the National Assembly in Seoul, Friday. In the April 15 general election, the party failed to win a single seat, so it is not permitted to have an office or a meeting room within the main Assembly building of the for the 21st Assembly that will start on May 30. In the 20th Assembly, the party had 20 lawmakers. Yonhap
Kang Seung-woo ksw@koreatimes.co.kr

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