Anecdotes

Outlook on the People Brought Home to Officials

The Workers’ Party of Korea regards it as the mode of its existence to believe in the people as in heaven and make selfless, devoted efforts for them.

The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un formulated the outlook of the Party on the people at an enlarged meeting of the Political Bureau of the Party Central Committee held in February Juche 104 (2015).

He said that it is the Party’s outlook on the people to respect the people like the great leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il who regarded them as their God and to uphold them as we did for the great leaders.

Whenever opportunity permitted, Kim Jong Un says to the officials that they should regard the people as the God and work harder and harder to provide them with a happy and affluent life.

And he advanced the slogan “Everything for the People and Everything by Relying on Them!”.

Sin Jong Hui, Department Head of the Pothonggang District People’s Committee in Pyongyang City, says:

“The respected Marshal Kim Jong Un says to the officials that they should make selfless, devoted efforts for the good of the people.

It brings home to the officials with what stand and attitude they should work for the people.

As an official of a government organ responsible for the people’s living, I will pay primary attention to the living of the people in my district and always think and make sincere efforts to solve the knotty problems in the life of the people, true to the intention of Kim Jong Un.”

In the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, officials faithfully serving the people are estimated as those loyal to the Party.

Categories: Anecdotes, Narrated

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