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South Korean parties make final appeal to voters

South Korean parties made a final appeal to voters yesterday ahead of a parliamentary election high on emotion over President Roh Moo-hyun's impeachment but low on policy debate.

Leader of Uri Party resigns

Desperate vote-grabbing tactics prompted the leader of the pro-government Uri Party to quit just days before an election that is too close to call, South Korean newspapers, rivals and analysts said on Tuesday.

80% likely to cast votes in S. Korean elections

South Korea seems awfully quiet for a country about to hold a parliamentary election, but polls show huge numbers are likely to vote in what could be a close contest between the pro-government Uri Party and the opposition.

We'll talk to rebels soon, Sri Lanka tells US

Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga told US Secretary of State Colin Powell that she would move to restart peace talks with the Tamil Tiger rebels after next week's New Year Holidays, one of her aides said on Friday.

Most parties request for vote recount

Most of Indonesia's parties contesting for the parliamentary election have asked for an electronic vote recount saying the process has been unfair, party officials said on Saturday.

Roh aide ‘received RM2mil’

A three-month probe into illicit political funding of impeached South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun's team found a former aide received US$530,000 (RM2mil) but other accusations were unproven, a special counsel said yesterday.

Muslim party draws biggest election crowd

B>JAKARTA:/BA conservative Muslim party has drawn the biggest crowd yet in Indonesia's parliamentary election campaign, as an estimated 100,000-plus supporters massed at a stadium here yesterday to hear its anti-corruption message.

Infighting causes PBDS to lose its federal ministerial post

The infighting in Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) has proven costly when the party lost its sole ministerial post in the new Cabinet.

Masing’s group seeks fresh PBDS elections

Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) leaders led by state Minister Datuk Sri Dr James Masing will start lobbying for a fresh party election to be conducted as soon as possible now that the parliamentary election in Sarawak has been completed.

Party picks new leader

B>SEOUL:/BSouth Korea's main opposition party, a conservative group which used its control of parliament to impeach President Roh Moo-hyun, elected the daughter of a former military strongman as its new leader Tuesday.

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