N. Korea leader Kim Jong-Un gets new 'top post'

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un attends the fourth session of the 13th Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK on June 29 in PyongyangNorth Korea has created a new, supreme governing commission with leader Kim Jong-Un as its chairman, underlining the 33-year-old’s absolute control over every aspect of state policy in the isolated, nuclear-armed nation. The country’s legislative body, the Supreme People’s Assembly (SPA), unanimously voted Kim as head of the State Affairs Commission on Wednesday, the North’s official KCNA news agency said. The new agency replaces the National Defence Commission as the country’s highest branch of government and supreme policymaking organisation.

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