Against a backdrop of worsening political tensions on the Korean Peninsula, South Korean voters go to the polls for general elections April 9. President Lee Myung-bak hopes that the polls will allow his conservative Grand National Party to complete the revolution from the right that he began with his sweeping presidential victory in December.

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