The whole world is struggling with the Corona epidemic, but North Korea has come into the discussion about its political activities. North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un has made a big rift in the top governing body 'State Affairs Commission', removing about one-third of its members and adding others. The media has given this information on Monday.
Kim Jong heads the decision-making body in North Korea - the State Affairs Commission (SAC). Government news agency Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) has informed that in the meeting of the Supreme People's Assembly Parliament of the country, five of the 13 other members of the SAC have been replaced by new members. According to government media, 'Kim Yo Jong, a long-time close adviser to his brother, was re-elected as an alternate member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee following Saturday's change in the hierarchy of top officials.
In the photographs published in the official newspaper Rodong Sinman, hundreds of MP-MLAs are seen sitting near each other and wearing masks. A cabinet report reiterated North Korea's stance that "not a single case" has been reported in the country of the global epidemic of coronavirus that has spread across the world.