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Saturday, December 10, 2016

In the DPRK because of the Congress party has banned weddings and funerals


DPRK authorities have imposed a state of comprehensive restriction of public life on the eve of the Congress of the ruling workers ‘ party. Citizens not only forbidden to do the piercing and to wear jeans, but still perform weddings and funerals. As they want, and until the end of the Congress are not supposed to die.


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Kim Jong-UN.

6 may for the first time in 36 years in Pyongyang will open the Congress of the ruling workers ‘ party of Korea. According to South Korean Agency Renhap, in this regard, the government took unprecedented security measures, some of which was hard to even imagine. If earlier it was reported that the DPRK citizens have been forbidden to do Pershing and wear jeans, now came information, and that a ban on mass gatherings, including weddings and funerals. While disobeying threatens tough punishment.

During the Congress should be elected the General Secretary of the party Central Committee and the Central auditing Commission. In addition, should be amended and adjusted Statute of the party, important decisions on major issues.

In addition to the above measures, the DPRK now has a specific observation period, and in the country’s capital, Pyongyang, are restricted from entry. Army ordered to increase vigilance on the border with China and South Korea.

Experts believe that the country’s leader Kim Jong-UN convening of the Congress party wants to strengthen his power.

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