North Korea is a Communist Dictatorship, run by one powerful and autocratic ruler. Currently, that person is Kim Jung Un. And while there are elections and there is nominally a government, the citizens have no choice but to vote for the approved candidates, and few in the government have any real authority, other than what the dictator arbitrarily gives them.
an independent government
For all intents and purposes, North Korea is a totalitarian monarchy.
South Korea, or the Republic of Korea, has a democratic government.North Korea, or Democratic People's Republic of Korea, ironically isn't a democratic state but it has a communist government.Hope this helps :)
The Government North Korea has today is a Dictatorship. Kim Jong-Il rules the country with mighty power.
NORTH KOREA has the Communist government.
YES. North Korea has a very infamous and oppressive government.
North Korea has always had a communist government. More specifically, it has always had a communist government led by either Kim, Il-Sung, or one of his descendants.
Type of Government: DYNASTIC COMMUNIST STATECurrent Leader (as of 2016): KIM JONG-UN
They're all communist countries.
North Korea is a communist dictatorship.
The kinds government currently in Korea are republic. This is the system of government that is found in both North Korea and South Korea.
NO. North Korea is a unitary state, not a federation. As a result, it has no federal government, but rather a single national government.
North Korea is a one-party, socialist, and dictatorial state. The official political ideology of North Korea is called Juche, a combination of Marxist-Leninist principles and self-reliance/self-dependence.
communist, as does Cuba, Laos, China, and North Korea
NORTH KOREA is a dictatorship.
No, that's South Korea.
North Korea has consistently had the same communist government since independence in 1948. Prior to independence, North Korea had never had a communist government before.
The short answer is yes. North Korea is a totalitarian state.
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.