N. Korea modifies constitution to further strengthen Kim Jong-un’s power
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N. Korea modifies constitution to further strengthen Kim Jong-un’s power

September 11, 2019

now North Korea’s rubber stamp
Parliament the Supreme People’s Assembly held his second meeting of the year on
Thursday the North announced that the assembly is changing the Constitution to
further strengthen Kim jong-un’s legal power there was however no message on
the regime stall denuclearization talks with the United States Oh jung-hee has
this report North Korean leader Kim jong-un is
further cementing his already hefty grip on power on Thursday Pyongyang Steve run
Korean Central Television revealed the result of the North’s rubber stamp
Parliament’s meeting held earlier in the day it said the Supreme People’s
Assembly modified parts of Constitution to strengthen the authority of Kim
jong-un and the state affairs Commission the North Korean government’s top
decision-making body which is headed by Camp three major changes were made first
the chairman of the seat Affairs Commission who is Kim jong-un does not
double as a member of the Parliament second Kim proclaims the Assembly’s
various legislation and makes the key decisions at the state affairs
Commission lastly Kim can appoint or dismiss North
Korea’s diplomatic envoys to other countries therefore the chairman of the
state affairs Commission who represents our country now has a stronger legal
status and is a leadership as a firmly guaranteed Kim jong-un is now considered
completely separate from the assembly as the regime’s leader only plus Kim now
designates overseas envoys which in the past was dogged by the chairman of the
Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly this means even greater power
in Kim’s hands adding to his status as a ceremonial leader of the state that was
granted at the Lord’s previous parliamentary session in April because
the meeting took place amid no signs of working-level negotiations between
Pyongyang and Washington there was speculation Kim jong-un could give a
speech to clarify his stance talks with the West like he did in April
however that did not happen as Kim didn’t appear at Thursday’s session the
regime’s five-year economic development plan which is due in 2020 doesn’t seem
to have been covered either Oh jung-hee Arirang news

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  1. Such a disgusting nation. I really hope they get liberated in the future, for the sake of the North Korean people.

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