An election was held in North Korea on Monday.
SEOUL: Communist North Korea Monday reported a 99.8 per cent turnout for nationwide local elections, with 100 per cent of the electors choosing the candidates on offer.Unconfirmed reports say Kim Il-Jong can sleep soundly now with the election over, and the people of the DPRK are going back to their MP3 players and computers. What a perfect life it must be to live in DPRK.
The official Korean Central News Agency said Sunday's local polls "marked an important occasion in reinforcing as firm as a rock the revolutionary government of the DPRK (North Korea) led by Kim Jong-Il."
The agency, quoting the Central Election Guidance Committee, said 99.82 per cent of all registered voters turned out to elect deputies to provincial, city and county people's assemblies.
Some 27,390 "officials, workers, farmers and intellectuals" were elected deputies after receiving all possible votes, it said.
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