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History of the Council

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First Council
  • May. 10, 1952: The 1st 60 provincial council members were elected by 1,145,000 voters, or 78.1% of the 1,466,000 voters in the 3 cities and 19 counties in the province.
Second Council
  • Aug. 13, 1956: 1,275,000 voters, or 76.5% out of a total of 1,665,000 voters, elected 67 provincial council members.
Third Council
  • Dec. 12, 1960: 1,294,000 voters, or 68.3% of the whole voting population, elected 79 provincial council members.
  • From the 1st to the 3rd council, the business hall in the provincial government building in Busan was used as the temporary council hall.
Fourth Council
  • Jun. 20, 1991: 1,502,000 voters, or 64.8% of the whole voting population in 29 cities and counties in the province(do), elected 89 provincial council members from 278 candidates.
  • Jul. 08, 1991: The council commenced its operations in the temporary council hall in the provincial government building.
  • Sep. 18, 1992: The present hall was built and the council moved.
  • Mar. 01, 1995: 1 council member was moved as 5 eup & myeon in Eastern Yangsan (Gijang, Jangan-eup, Ilgwang, Jeonggwan, and Cheolma-myeon) and parts of Ungdong 2-dong, Jinhae-si (Gongyusu-myeon) were incorporated into Busan Metropolitan City.
Fifth Council
  • Jun. 27, 1995: 1,733,000 voters, or 73.7% of the whole voting population in 21 cities and counties in the province(do), elected 94 provincial council members from 227 candidates (including 9 proportional representatives).
  • Jul. 14, 1995: Opening of the 5th Gyeongsangnam-do Provincial Council.
  • Jul. 15, 1997: 12 members from Ulsan moved as the city was promoted to a metropolitan city (except for 2 proportional representatives).
Sixth Council
  • Jun. 04, 1998: 1,184 people, or 60% of the whole voting population in 20 cities and counties in the province, elected 46 members from 116 candidates.
  • The council commenced its operations with a total of 51 members including 5 proportional representatives.
  • Jul. 13, 1998: Opening of the 6th Gyeongsangnam-do Provincial Council.
Seventh Council
  • Jun. 13, 2002: 56.5% of the whole voting population in 20 cities and counties in the province(do) elected 45 provincial council members from 100 candidates.
  • The council commenced its operations with a total of 50 members including 5 proportional representatives.
  • Jul. 09, 2002: Opening of the 7th Gyeongsangnam-do Provincial Council.
Eighth Council
  • May. 31, 2006: 1,371,000 voters, or 57.8% of the whole voting population in 20 cities and counties in the province(do), elected 48 provincial council members from 141 candidates.
  • The council commenced its operations with a total of 53 members including 5 proportional representation.
  • Jul. 04, 2006: Opening of the 8th Council.
Ninth Council
  • Jun. 02, 2010: 1,549,000 voters, or 61.8% of the whole voting population in 18 cities and counties in the province(do), elected 49 provincial council members from 126 candidates.
  • The council commenced its operations with a total of 59 members including 5 proportional representatives and 5 superintendents.
  • Jul. 05, 2010: Opening of the 9th Council.
Tenth Council
  • Jun. 04, 2014: 1,590,000 voters, or 59.81% of the whole voting population in 18 cities and counties in the province(do), elected 50 provincial council members from 121 candidates.
  • The council commenced its operations with a total of 55 members including 5 proportional representatives.
  • Jul. 07, 2014: Opening of the 10th Council.
eleventh Council
  • On June 13, 2018, 52 out of 141 candidates were selected by the vote of 1.82 million people, or 65.8% of the entire voters in 18 cities and counties within the Province.
  • The provincial council is made up of 58 members including 6 proportional representatives.
  • The 11th Provincial Council was opened on July 5, 2018.

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