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North Korean leader crowned new title!

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North Korean leader crowned new title!

By AhadNA3 View  12/07/2019 02:32 PM | Number of readings:

North Korean leader crowned new title!


Kim Jong-un officially holds the title of head of state of North Korea and its supreme commander under a new constitution, which observers said may be aimed at preparing any peace treaty with the United States.

According to Reuters, the new constitution, unveiled on the official Nainara website on Thursday, states that Kim, as chairman of the State Affairs Committee established in 2016, is "the supreme representative of all the Korean people," which means he is head of state, and that "the supreme leader For the army. "

The former constitution calls Kim "the supreme leader" who leads the country's "overall military force."

The head of state was formally the former speaker of the parliament, which is an honorary entity, a post called the presidency of the Supreme People's Assembly.

"Kim's dream was to become North Korea's president and he has already achieved his dream," said Kim Dong-yup, a professor at the Far East Institute at Seoul's Keongnam University.

"He has long sought to shake the dust off the army's first abnormal policy that the country has committed to for a long time."

Kim shifted focus to the economy last year and began talks with the United States on his country's nuclear capabilities and embarked on steps to highlight his image as a world leader by holding summit meetings with South Korea, China and Russia. Hongmin, a senior researcher at the Korea National Unity Institute The change is also aimed at preparing for a possible peace treaty with the United States.

"The amendment may provide a good opportunity to establish Kim's position as a leader who can sign a peace treaty when the time comes, and it reinforces the image of the country as a natural state," she said.

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