How do laws get passed in North Korea?
Many laws are for the civiallians yet most of them is not to talk bad about kim jong il or north korea
by the president of course
It is a violation of Korean laws and regulations for service members to cross from South Korea into North Korea. North Korea has had many human rights violations and concentration camps.
North Korea is an ultra-tightly controlled Communist dictatorship. The government hierarchy makes whatever rules/laws they wish and enforces them by force of their military and police.
by the supreme council of course and the president
Personal liberty laws: - Laws passed by north states forbidding the imprisonment of escaped slaves.
North and South Korea are individual countries, each with its own government and laws. Perhaps one day they will again be one country.
It called for the defense of South Korea and the restoration of the boundary between North and South Korea. The UN Security Council passed Resolution 82 on June 25, 1950, calling on North Korea to cease its invasion and withdraw its forces from South Korea (the Republic of Korea). After this was ignored, the UN passed Resolution 83 on June 27, 1950, authorizing member nations to intercede to stop the conflict.
North Korea attacked South Korea.
Yes, South Korea is stronger and more powerful than North Korea. North Korea is bigger than South Korea doesn't mean that South Korea is weaker than North Korea. North Korea= Bigger than South Korea but South Korea has a lot more military manpower than North Korea. North Korea has more space than South Korea but South Korea have more very well trained soldiers, stronger military than North Korea, more advanced tactical nuclear weapons than North… Read More
North and South Korea Korea in divided into north and south North Korea South Korea
North Korea attacked South Korea in the Korean war and Korea has been separated in 2 countries from then! North Korea is a Communist, and South Korea is a anti-communist like North America.
The difficulties of doing business in the North Korea are language barriers, and stiff competition. Additionally, North Korea, in particular has a number of draconian laws concerning business practices and requirements that the State have intimate knowledge and a high-degree of control over the corporations doing business there.
North Korea is located north of South Korea in East Asia.
China and Russia border North Korea to the north while South Korea borders North Korea to the south. Russia's border with North Korea is on the far north east tip and is very small. China's border with North Korea is the largest of the North Korean borders.
North Korea.... -_-
Yes North Korea did Invade Sout Korea
North Korea- Communist South Korea- Presidental
North Korea is Communist and South Korea is Capitalist
Maybe North But South Korea Is Too I Think North Korea
Korea, both North Korea and South Korea, are a part of Asia.
North Korea is located in North Asia
North Korea on the north. The other sides are ocean. North Korea borders China and Russia in the north.
North Korea wants to reunify Korea as a communist state.
North Korea is not a free country but South Korea is.
DPR=Democratic Peoples Republic=NORTH Korea
No, North Korea is a country.
There are no deserts in North Korea.
It is north of South Korea.
North Korea is in Asia
North Korea is in the Eastern Hemisphere. North Korea is in the Northern Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere.
North Korea is a communist country, ruled by a dictator. Their leader used to be Kim Il Sung but when he died in 1994, the leadership of North Korea passed to his son Kim Jung Il. Kim Jung Il now seems to be grooming another member of the Kim family to succeed him in the event of his (expected) imminent demise.
North Korea, by just a little bit.
North Korea-Pyongyang South Korea-Seoul
Mainly because North Korea invaded them
North Korea is communist South Korea is capitalist
South Korea is capitalist, north is communist.
No, there is no known war between the North Korea and south Korea, but that can change North Korea may attack the south, but South Korea is way ahead against North Korea in military technology, weapons etc.
They are at odds because, North Korea is communist and South Korea isn't .
Hilagang Korea is the Filipino name for North Korea. The capital of North Korea is Pyongyang.
North Korea invaded South Korea on June 24, 1950.
The Nuremberg Laws were passed in Germany.
The Nuremberg Laws were passed in 1935.
Currently, Korea is split into two countries: North Korea and South Korea. North KoreaNorth Korea is a unique type of state, properly classified as a DYNASTIC COMMUNIST STATE. This means that the country is a Communist State, but has succession in leadership passing along a dynastic line like a monarchy. Some consider Dynastic Communism to be part of the Absolute Monarchy category, because of the similarities, while others argue that since the leader of a… Read More
There are none. North Korea borders China, Russia, and South Korea. South Korea only shares a border with North Korea.
The leader of North Korea runs North Korea, He owns the country and leads it in a dictator fashion.
Northeast. Hamhung is located Northeast of Pyongyang in North Korea.
North Korea is next to South Korea which is in Korea and Korea lies in the northeastern part of the Asian Continent :D
South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea, is commonly referred to as Korea, North Korea is officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea .
North Korea has no true deserts.