North Koreans vote in ‘no-choice’ parliamentary elections

North Koreans are voting to elect the country’s rubber-stamp parliament, the second such election since Kim Jong-un took power.
Voting for the Supreme People’s Assembly (SPA) is mandatory and there’s no choice of candidates. Any kind of dissent is unheard of.

Turnout is always close to 100% and approval for the governing alliance is unanimous.

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