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好戦派に「不都合な」北朝鮮状況—‘Daily Mail’ 紙が明かす最新映像




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 英国『デイリーメール』紙が7月18日掲載した何枚もの写真は、「北」人民が新しい行動形式の新指導者に対して、少なくとも好感を抱いていること、更に言えば、「明るい前途」に期待感を露にしていることを示している。海外留学体験を持つ新指導者が、国際的な場で、どのような「新行動」に出るか、大いに注目される。 (2012.07.19)

<写真> The Daily Mail



Dancing on the street of Pyongyang... after soldiers learn Kim Jong Un has given himself top military job
Son of Kim Jong-Il is already leader of Korean People's Army
Scenes of jubilation from soldiers as son of former leader is revealed as head of military
PUBLISHED: 19:27 GMT, 18 July 2012 | UPDATED: 19:51 GMT, 18 July 2012

North Korean soldiers danced in the streets and shopping centres of Pyongyang yesterday after it was announced that leader Kim Jong Un was named as head of the reclusive nation’s military.
State media said in a special noon bulletin that North Korea’s military, government and political leadership had decided to award the top title to Kim, who already is supreme commander of the Korean People’s Army.
It solidifies his standing seven months into Kim’s rule and follows several days of reshuffling at the highest levels of the military.

Stand easy: North Korean soldiers from the Korean People's Army dance in Pyongyang following the Kim Jong Un announcement

Celebration time: Thousands of soldiers gathered following the announcement that Kim Jong Un would become the head of North Korea's military
The announcement of Kim Jong Un’s title as marshal and the presentation of the new military leadership comes just three days after the dismissal of army chief Ri Yong Ho, a high-ranking figure in both political and military circles and seen as a close adviser to Kim.
The government said Ri was ill, but there was widespread speculation abroad of a military reshuffle at the top levels.

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The title of marshal - held previously by Kim’s father and grandfather, North Korea founder Kim Il Sung - is 'another brick in the wall of consolidating Kim Jong Un’s power, across party, state and military institutions,' said John Delury, a North Korea analyst at Yonsei University in South Korea.
'In the wake of Ri’s stepping down, it takes on added significance,' he said. 'Titles, of course, do not ensure authority. But the regime would appear to be closing ranks around their young leader.'

Members of the military in North Korea had gathered to offer their new leader 'their highest glory and congratulations'

New regime: Kim Jong Un, pictured here with former military chief Ri Yong Ho in February, was made supreme commander of the Korean People's Army in December following the death of his father

Choreographed: Kim Jong Un, who is already supreme commander of North Korea's army, is now the head of the nation's entire military
Soldiers and students in uniform filled the streets of the capital to celebrate, dancing and singing patriotic songs despite the rain.
'I am pleased that our cherished desire came into reality,' Kim Jong Gum, a student at the Kang Pan Sok Revolutionary School dressed in a military uniform, told The Associated Press. 'July 18th: This day will be remembered in our hearts as another meaningful and auspicious day.'
One by one, Kim Jong Un has collected top posts in the military and party, including first chairman of the National Defense Commission, first secretary of the ruling Workers’ Party, chairman of the party’s Central Military Commission and member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau.
He was made supreme commander of the army in December, just days after his father’s death from a heart attack.

Dancing in the streets: Koreans described the scenes greeting the announcement as 'another meaningful and auspicious day'

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