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Lee Hae-chan (Korean:이해찬, born Hanja:李海瓚, July 10 1957) is a Korean politicians, journalists and writers, liberalism activists. In 2004 he became the 36th Prime minister of South Korea. He was the 38th Education minister from March 3 1998, to May 24 1999, and in 1995 he became Vice Mayor of Seoul.
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early years, he was movement to liberalism activist. in 1988 he was elected of parliamentarians, also later he was elected to seventime 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2012.
In 1995 he was appointed to vice mayor of Seoul, but were soon resign. 1998-1999 he was Education ministers. that time, he was education reforms, corruption teachers and incompetent teacher withdrawal, Bribery crackdown, Reduction of the retirement age.
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|Education minister of South Korea
March 3 1998 - May 24 1999
|Prime Minister of South Korea