unprecedented <new> political situation

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In the following paragraph, when we use the word "unprecedented", do we need to put "new" after it?

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In addition, with the help of 13 municipal mayors’ support, SDP has thoroughly dominated Korea’s politics. The former ruling LDP has been drained of its strength, while the small party like the New Power Party is emerging. All these changes are leading to the collapse of the unshakable two-party system, starting an unprecedented political situation. We can expect that the public policy making process and discussion will become more and more important in the future. <-----Excess text removed by moderator (Florentia52)----->
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