The Grand National Party recently changed its policy platform and promised to take a more conciliatory approach toward the North as Pyongyang goes through a leadership change following the death of leader Kim Jong Il in December.
What does GNP stand for?
GNP stands for Grand National Party (South Korea)
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- Good Neighbor Pharmacy (various locations)
- Good Neighbor Program (various organizations)
- Good News Project
- Gorongosa National Park (Mozambique)
- Graduate Nurse Practitioner
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- Great Network Product
- Greatest Number Principle
- Gross National Parade (Washington, DC annual event)
- Gross National Product (total value of a nation's goods and services)
- Ground 'n Pound (fighting tactic)
- Guanacaste National Park (Belize)
- Guardia Nazionale Padana
- Global Network of People living with HIV/AIDS (HIV-Positive)
- Gerontological Nurse Practitioner, Certified
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This visit will centre on strong alliances and the prosperous economic partnership between the two countries," said Kim Ki Hyeon, spokesman for South Korea's ruling Grand National Party.
The country's majority Grand National Party is predicting that the FTA will be ratified.
Democratic Party members are in support of a bill that would give free meals to all elementary and middle school students in Seoul starting next year, but the governing Grand National Party (GNP) opposes the bill.
of Grand National Party, Park Hee-tae, on the occasion of his election as
The ruling Grand National Party holds a majority of 167 seats in the 299-member National Assembly, while the main opposition Democratic Party has 83
MPs from the ruling Grand National Party seized the speaker's podium in a bid to pass the bills they wanted, while their opponents blocked the chamber's doors with furniture to keep rivals out.
The scuffle followed a breakdown in talks between the Democratic party and the ruling Grand National party on Friday.