Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Kim wins re-election with 99.98% turnout

Kim is unhappy with the .02% that didn't turnout. Those people have been contacted and will not be voting in the next election, if you know what I mean.

from The International Herald Tribune
via the Associated Press

Kim Jong Il was unanimously re-elected to North Korea's rubber-stamp parliament, state media said Monday, in elections closely watched for signs of a political shift or hints the autocratic leader is grooming a successor.

Turnout Sunday was 99.98 percent, with all voters backing the sole candidate running in their constituency, the official Korean Central News Agency reported.
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