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North Korean leader Kim Jong-il (C) attends a session of the Supreme People's Assembly, North Korea's rubber-stamp parliament in Pyongyang, North Korea April 11, 2007 in this photo released by the Korea Central News Agency. North Korea announced on Wednesday that Premier Pak Pong-ju had been relieved of his post. REUTERS/Korea News Service (NORTH KOREA) JAPAN OUT

You know your dictatorship is flagrantly obvious when Reuters calls your parliament "rubber-stamp."
In this Korea Central News Agency photo released by Korea News Service in Tokyo, North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, center, attends a parliament session, Wednesday, April 11, 2007, in Pyongyang, North Korea. North Korea replaced its prime minister Wednesday during a session of its rubber-stamp parliament, the country's state media reported. Pak Pong Ju was relieved of the premiership and replaced by Kim Yong Il, the official Korean Central News Agency reported, without giving any reasons for the shuffle. The move comes amid intense diplomacy aimed at getting North Korea to meet a Saturday deadline to shut down its main nuclear reactor under a February disarmament agreement in exchange for aid and political concessions. (AP Photo/Korea Central News Agency via Korea News Service)


In this Korea Central News Agency photo released by Korea News Service in Tokyo, North Korean representatives attend a meeting of the Supreme People's Assembly, Wednesday, April 11, 2007, in Pyongyang, North Korea. North Korea replaced its prime minister Wednesday during a session of its rubber-stamp parliament, the country's state media reported. Pak Pong Ju was relieved of the premiership and replaced by Kim Yong Il, the official Korean Central News Agency reported, without giving any reasons for the shuffle. The move comes amid intense diplomacy aimed at getting North Korea to meet a Saturday deadline to shut down its main nuclear reactor under a February disarmament agreement in exchange for aid and political concessions. (AP Photo/Korea Central News Agency via Korea News Service)


North Korean leader Kim Jong-il (C) attends a session of the Supreme People's Assembly, North Korea's rubber-stamp parliament in Pyongyang, North Korea April 11, 2007 in this photo released by the Korea Central News Agency. North Korea announced on Wednesday that Premier Pak Pong-ju had been relieved of his post. REUTERS/Korea News Service (NORTH KOREA) JAPAN OUT


North Korean leader Kim Jong-il (C) attends a session of the Supreme People's Assembly, North Korea's rubber-stamp parliament in Pyongyang, North Korea April 11, 2007 in this photo released by the Korea Central News Agency. North Korea announced on Wednesday that Premier Pak Pong-ju had been relieved of his post. REUTERS/Korea News Service (NORTH KOREA) JAPAN OUT


North Korean leader Kim Jong-il (C) attends a session of the Supreme People's Assembly, North Korea's rubber-stamp parliament in Pyongyang, North Korea April 11, 2007 in this photo released by the Korea Central News Agency. North Korea announced on Wednesday that Premier Pak Pong-ju had been relieved of his post. REUTERS/Korea News Service (NORTH KOREA) JAPAN OUT

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Comments:

#1 Hapkido 15-Apr-2007
Is it just me or does even the statue looks like a diminutive little troll?
Have you seen the possible statue a Polish village wants to erect? They want to rename their square from "Freedom Square" to "Ronald Reagan Freedom Square" & have a statue of the late, great president facing the former Soviet Union.
Yeah, I'd throw some $$$ their way for that!
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