Kim Jong Un Consolidates WPK as Motherly Party
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, May 6 (KCNA) -- The history of the dear respected Kim Jong Un's guidance over the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) is woven with epic of warm love for the people.
Priority to the people and respect and love for them are what Kim Jong Un, supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, has constantly demanded.
He has always regarded the people's aspiration and wishes as the starting point and absolute standard in adopting every state line and policy, while adhering to the supreme principle of WPK's activity that is to provide the people with highly-civilized and happy life at the top level.
He set forth the people-first doctrine, the core of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilsim in essence, and slogan "Everything for the people and everything by relying on them!" which clearly show his idea of party building and features of guidance over the party.
In December Juche 100 (2011) when the Korean nation suffered a great loss, he showed loving care for all the people, calling for top priority to their interests and convenience. And, in his speech at a military parade and public procession of Pyongyang citizens held in celebration of the 70th WPK birthday, he called upon all party members to make selfless, devoted efforts for the good of the great people.
True to his intention, the WPK has struggled for the wellbeing of the people, regarding it as the mode of its existence and the principle of its activities to make selfless, devoted efforts for them with deep trust and warm love.
The motherly WPK's devoted service and warm love for the people can be felt in many edifices, including Sci-Tech Complex and Mirae Scientists Street, and in Rason where a flood-stricken village was turned into a paradise in a little more than one month.
So, the people would give natural cheers of hurrah for the WPK, and the cheers are just an expression of their deep trust and admiration for leader Kim Jong Un. -0-
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