N. Korea to convene rare parliamentary session on June 29

At a congress of the Workers Party of Korea in May, the first event of its kind for more than 35 years, leader Kim Jong-Un was elected as party chairman. A rare parliamentary session may confer a new title on KimNorth Korea announced Thursday it will convene a rare parliamentary session late this month, when it may confer a new title on leader Kim Jong-Un as he further tightens his grip on power. “The fourth session of the 13th SPA (Supreme People’s Assembly) will be convened in Pyongyang on June 29”, the official KCNA news agency said. At a congress of the Workers Party of Korea last month, the first event of its kind for more than 35 years, Kim was elected as party chairman.

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