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Turnout up in Pyongyang

No marginals changed hands, because there are none in the northern half of the Hermit Kingdom, but turnout has progressed from 99.9% to 99.98%. The 0.2% is explained by the fact of "Voters staying abroad or working in oceans were absent in the election", apparently.

If the beige suited thug lasts another five years (hope not) perhaps shipboard ballot boxes will be introduced.

As to Kim Jong Il, he won his seat, the poetically named constituency 333 with a 100% turnout, and what is more, with much enthusiasm:

"All the voters of Constituency No. 333 renewed their unshakable determination to devotedly safeguard Kim Jong Il, firmly defend the Korean-style socialist system centered on the popular masses, the best in the world, and surely accomplish the historic cause of national reunification".

As noted previously, no register, however up to date can hope not to include a significant percentage of dead voters come election day.

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Anonymous Geoff said... 11:58 am

A potential future leader is elected in a safe constituency when the electorate have no idea if or when he'll take over or what he'll be like? Bolstered by electoral fraud and a biased state media.

Don't we have one of those too?

Considering the polyglot nature of this blog, I bet in Dutch that their nutter will also turn out ze niet alle vijf op een rijtje hebben (to not have all five in a row).  



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