UnNews:North Korean Parliamentary elections 2009
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8 March 2009
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.
In the last election five years ago the voting activity was 99,9 and every candidate was chosen for his position without contenders..
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.
- Washington Post, "A look in the upcoming communistic North Korean Parliamentarty elections, March 3, 2009
- rary/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/kn.html CIA page of the elections
- rld/20090115/119511127.html FSB public announcement of the elections
- set/news/2009/03/electronic_voting_cases_appealed_to_supreme_court_586684.html Finnish voting scandal