Korea's Composition of Ordinance

Beyond politics, North and South Korea has differences. For the North, the supreme leader tends to have the overall control to the government and the whole country. That is why, their constitution has been illustrated as the ""dictatorship of people's democracy"". North Korea is a absolute monarchy.While for the South Korea, here the President represent as the head of state. Legislative is dressed by the government and National assembly. The Judicial power is dressed by the executive and legislature (Supreme Court). Last, the Executive is only dressed by the government.
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