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South Korean elections 2024: Yoon’s party to suffer stinging defeat | Latest News | WION

Voting has concluded in South Korea’s parliamentary elections and a major blow to president Yoon Suk Yeol South Korea’s liberal opposition block is expected to strengthen its majority in the country’s 300-member Parliament.

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