Justice Party (South Korea)
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It supports abortion rights, same-sex marriage, sustainable development and multiculturalism. But it opposes cannabis, prostitution and some social issues.[note 2] and only party in the Republic that supports the acceptance of Islamic refugees.
The party has a friendly relationship with the Japanese Social Democratic Party.
Main support is from trade union activists, the lower working class, multicultural families, and the sexual minorities.
The party is currently the 4th largest opposition party.
- By South korean political standards. by international standards, it is evaluated as the centre-left.
- The latter case is due to South Korea's conservative sentiment.