Democratic People's Republic of Korea and TotalitarismJournal: Turan (Vol.13, No. 39)
Publication Date: 2019-09-20
Authors : Hasan Basri Pehlivan;
Page : 61-64
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The political cooperation that political groups, institutions and organizations, advocacy groups and individuals have through interaction and dependence in the process of decision making and governing the country is called the political system. For the totalitarian regimes that emerged as a political system, the existence of a single party is accepted and it is defended that this party has no accountability. The most important activity of this system shows up as the efficient use of propaganda and the acceptance of this propaganda by masses, without being questioned. In this context, the political system of Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) ,which is an example of totalitarian regime, was analyzed. In fact in the People's Democratic Republic of Korea, where a totalitarian regime was implemented, people's sense of freedom was pushed to the background and deprived of many rights by oppression. They also formed their political regimes around a style of government in which the political power did not account for the citizens and could not ask for accountability in the citizens.
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