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North Korean Parliamentary elections 2009

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8 March 2009


Kim Jong-Un on a casual stroll to the voting booth.

EVERY VILLAGE AND HAMLET, North Korea -- Today, in the Communistic North Korea there is a Parliamentary Election. The result of this is already known, as, as is the tradition, all candidates are chosen without contenders[1].

In the last election five years ago the voting activity was 99,9 and every candidate was chosen for his position without contenders[2]..

This time, the interest in the elections is directed f.e. to Kim Jong-Un, son of Kim Jong-Il, who is rumoured to be taking part in the election. Jong-Un might be the strongest candidate to follow his father in his position[3].

The people of North Korea have never failed to vote correctly. It is other countries that have troubles with their voting machinery[4].

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