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North Korea's ruling communist party will convene a rare meeting of key party delegates in September to elect new leaders, Pyongyang's official media reported Saturday.
It will be only the third such meeting of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) since the communist state was founded in 1948 and will probably designate leader Kim Jong-Il's son as his political heir, analysts said.
A South Korean security official said, "It's possible that there'll be a massive restructuring in the North." Pyongyang has already announced an extraordinary session of the Supreme People's Assembly on June 7.
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Originally posted by virgom129
reply to post by LittleSecret
Like to explain that reasoning to me ???
They have stayed in power because in Singapore the opposition is not a PAID party...
Then they call elections with only a few weeks notice...
Most of the family are in High Ranking Goverment positions....
Thats my definition of a dictatorship...