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KOREA
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August 25, 2005
South Korean lawmaker Lee sits at her place at main conference hall of parliament refurbished with new...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean lawmaker Lee sits at her place at main conference hall of parliament refurbished ...
South Korean lawmaker Lee sits at her place at main conference hall of parliament refurbished with new digital system in Seoul. South Korean lawmaker Lee Kye-kyung from opposition Grand National Party sits at her place at the main conference hall of parliament, refurbished with new digital system, in Seoul August 25, 2005. South Korean lawmakers will change to a digitized legislative process through use of personal computers, a large electronic board and an electronic voting system at the main conference hall from September 1, when next parliamentary regular session begins. Lawmakers will put away papers and will not wait in line to vote. The Electronic voting system will reduce the ballot counting time, according to the Assembly Planning and Coordination Office. ECONM REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
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