What happens to people in north Korea if they speak out against the government?
People in North Korea do not speak out. This is not only against the law, it's a cultural taboo. It doesn't happen. If it did, they would go to prison along with their entire extended family.
You either get executed or send to a labor camp. no one is allowed to speak against the government.
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Answer . \nIt would more than likely cause WWIII as China would almost certainly retaliate.. Answer . \nThe world would be at war once again for the third time
Officially, North Korea is self-stated to have a Juche socialist republic (also known as a single-party system government ).However, it is common belief among foreigners …that North Koreaoperates under a totalitarian Stalinist dictatorship. Communist dictatorship. North Korea was a Communist family dictatorship. Form of government of North Korea is Juche single-party state(various interpretations). North Korea has a totalitarian government, that is run alongStalinist lines and is an absolute dictatorship.
No, because they could be punished really bad by the unlimited government.
They invaded South Korea, the people are starving and have famine. No freedom a basic US ideal, North Korea's diplomacy is unpredictable and radical. and if you want to be m…ore specific with your question please do.
Because they cause needless problems in the world today. They see the earth as competition. Right now, US clearly dominates and they want to beat them, which is why they are d…eveloping technologies to use missiles and other defence mechanisms. cuz they are trying 2 kill us all\n. \nxx\n. \nNorth Korea is in an area of the world where it is very difficult to grow food, so the country produces weapons instead. These weapons are sold, and the money is spent on food for their military. Thus, North Korea has lots of weapons, and recruitment into their military is one of the few ways the population can get food.
Yes , becuae it has a a communist dictatorship government .
North Korea lacks anything resembling a constitution that limits the authority of the government. Since it lacks such a document, it is not a constitutional government.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (commonly known as North Korea) is officially a single-party military dictating Juche republic, which is incorrectly colloquiallized …with totalitarianism and communism, even though most Western and European media recognize the nation as a totalitarian state. North Korean dictatorship began in its early stages after the defeat of Japan in World War II, which ended its 35-year hold on Korea as a colony. The removal of Japanese presence allowed the United States and the Soviet Union to temporarily hold control of parts of Korea. The United States occupied the south and the Soviet Union occupied the north. An agreement was made to make the 38th parallel the dividing point. With mistrust growing rapidly between the United States and the Soviet Union, tensions also appeared between the Koreans. In 1947, the United States presented the problem to the United Nations, who decided to split Korea into North Korea and South Korea at the 38th parallel. At this point, the Soviet Union still held parental control over North Korea. The North Korean political system was heavily influenced by the Soviet presence and its communist government. In 1948, the Soviet Union officially withdrew from North Korea. Kim Il-sung, a Korean communist supporter, officially founded North Korea the same year the Soviet Union withdrew and led the nation as the Prime Minister from 1948 until 1972, when the Socialist Constitution of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea was written. During the 1950s, Kim Il-sung was seen as an orthodox communist leader and openly praised Stalin and Soviet Communism. However, he sided with the People's Republic of China during the Sino-Soviet split, opposing the reforms brought by Nikita Khrushchev, whom he believed was acting in opposition to communism. Kim Il-sung soon distanced himself from Stalin and the Soviet Union and began reforming North Korea to his own tastes. This began the North Korean totalitarian government that is recognized today. After Kim Il-sung died on July 8, 1994 he was given the title of "Eternal President of the Republic". The position of President remains exclusively to Kim Il-sung incumbent. His son, Kim Jong-il, is the de facto head of North Korea and rules with a miltary dictatorship.
South Korea is democratic. It has a president, Lee Myung Bak. North Korea had a dictator, Kim Jong Il, but he died.
No, the country is an absolute dictatorship.
There is no way to know for sure.
In the Bill of Rights there is the freedom of speech. This includes written or oral speech and in a perfect government nothing would happen, but events do happen in protests. …Usually, this is a result of the police feeling that laws are broken. People who do protest, speak out, are willing to accept the consequences of their actions and we all have the "right" to speak out and work at changing the policies of the government.
Nothing. But if you do something like, say, threaten to kill the president, you'll get yourself put on the FBI watch list.
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This is an impossibility. In order for the people to be able tochange their government they would either (1) be required to havesome ability to protest or (2) have the militar…y strength to opposethe will of their government. Sadly, neither of those exist. NorthKoreans barely have enough to eat and any protests are met withviolence, torture, and incarceration.