The international community deeply admires Korean women, who lead a fulfilling life, enjoying public respect as the flowers of the country, as they have been led by the great leaders, though they were subjected to all maltreatment and contempt in the past.
The Bangladeshi newspaper Blitz carried an article which said that women in the DPRK lead a worthwhile life as the proud masters of the country and society, while enjoying the same rights as men.
Saying that the Law on Sex Equality was promulgated by President Kim Il Sung on July 30 1946, the article noted that Korean women take an active part in political, economic and cultural life to form a powerful force turning one of the two wheels of the revolution.
The website of the Nigerian National Committee for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism carried an article which said that Korean women are leading a dignified life as patriots, heroines and pacesetters of the times, thanks to the policies of the Workers’ Party of Korea and the DPRK government.
The article continued to say: “In the DPRK many women take an active part for the state and society as leading officials at institutions, enterprises and cooperative farms and deputies to the Supreme People’s Assembly. Their dignity and pride have been enhanced to a higher level by Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un who carries forward the cause of President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il.
Nowhere else can be found such a country as the DPRK that has fully resolved the issue of women and creates a brilliant history of the women’s movement.”