The election of deputies to the 13th Supreme People´s Assembly will be soon held in the Democratic People´s Republic of Korea. Election committees were organized in all parts of the country before the election.
Lists of the electorate were made public and polling booths arranged at all sub-constituencies and candidates for deputies were nominated as representatives of the people.
Ri Won Hwa, Chairman of the Election Committee of Sub-Constituency No. 88 of Constituency No. 12 for the election of deputies to the SPA, has this to say:
"As I feel in each election, the atmosphere is very good on the election day. All the voters in gala dress sing and dance.... The day is really in a festive mood. Why not! The Korean people have enjoyed a worthwhile life under the benefits of the people´s power they have firmly consolidated with their own hands representing their will and demand. So on the election day all cast a ballot in token of love for the country to consolidate the people´s power with the pride of citizens of the Republic."
All people in all parts of this country are replete with a resolve to firmly consolidate the people´s government, the genuine power of the people.
Kim Ryon Sim, a student of the Central Cooking School, says:
"This is for the first time that I take part in the election. I feel a new pride of a citizen, thinking that I elect a deputy with the rights of citizen. So I look forward to the election day."
Ri Kwang in Ryukgyo-dong 2, Phyongchon District, Pyongyang, has this to say:
"I think nowhere is found such a popular system as our socialist system which values the people most. Ours is a grateful system in which the state takes care of all things and enables us to live happily without worrying about schooling of the children and medical treatment. So all of my family want to cast ballots for our candidate in support of the socialist system, our people´s power."
The atmosphere of the election day everybody awaits and greets in joy represents the minds of the people who value their sovereignty and system most.