KDLPKorean Democratic Labor Party
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To answer this question, scholars usually highlight three factors (see Gray 2008; Lee and Lim 2006; Steinberg and Shin 2006): First, the KDLP capitalized on the IMF-imposed neoliberal reforms after the 1997 financial crisis and growing social inequalities in the wake of these reforms.
The split-up of the KDLP in 2007 was an exception, as it appeared to have been driven by ideological differences between the two main factions--the Political Democracy faction and the National Liberation faction.
00 in connection with KDLP Deposit work and on NH-8-A at CH : 4011.