What happens to people in north Korea if they speak out against the government?

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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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