DPRK endorses Kim Jong Un as General Secretary of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea

In a latest development, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has declared to hold its top leader Kim Jong Un as the general secretary of the Workers’ Party Korea as its eighth party congress.

Calling the position “head of the revolution and center of guidance and unity”, the congress approved a proposal to promote Kim to General Secretary of the party.

On January 10, the congress decided to change the party’s “Executive Policy Council into Secretariat” and the election was held at the sixth-day session of the ongoing party congress in Pyongyang.

The move would lead the party officials to relinquish current titles such as Chairman and Vice Chairman and begin using titles such as Secretary and Vice Secretary.

In a latest development, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has declared to hold its top leader Kim Jong Un as the general secretary of the Workers’ Party Korea as its eighth party congress.

Calling the position “head of the revolution and center of guidance and unity”, the congress approved a proposal to promote Kim to General Secretary of the party.

On January 10, the congress decided to change the party’s “Executive Policy Council into Secretariat” and the election was held at the sixth-day session of the ongoing party congress in Pyongyang.

The move would lead the party officials to relinquish current titles such as Chairman and Vice Chairman and begin using titles such as Secretary and Vice Secretary.

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