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A Review on the Police Organization and Legal System of the North Korea

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2016, 74(), pp.273-293
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

Ko Heon Hwan 1

1제주국제대학교

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ABSTRACT

South and North Korea has maintained a confrontational relationship for a very long time under different ideologies and systems. In recent years, due to the international pressure toward north korea and Kaesong Industrial Complex due to the closure of North Korea's nuclear test and missile launches, including the Korean Peninsula are embroiled in a maelstrom of rip. There are literally rush into new Cold War. But these extreme oppositional, but in the context can be concluded next jump to whether to be inter-Korean relations are formed in any shape change of the sudden international affairs, or anything that can not disown the expectation that social integration could be achieved at an early stage in the collapse of the regime In fact. Most importantly for social integration in the integration of various institutions and legal systems. The review is to analyze North Korea's legal system and police force as one of such methods. In this context, this paper will examine the organization and function of the North Korean people's safety agency organization of the police administration, and to consider with respect to its role and duties based on the laws of North Korea's "people's security control law". In addition, North Korea and was the "people's security control law" and of similar laws in the South, "police duties performance law" any point identify whether there is a difference and provide direction for future integration of legal and social integration.

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