[KS] North Korean constitutional law

Dr.Fendler Karoly kfendler at axelero.hu
Fri Apr 2 12:14:51 EST 2004

Dear Kevin,

DPRK's Constitution of 1992 you can find in  YANG, Sung Chul: The
North and South Korean Political Systems, A Comparative Analyis,
Seoul Press, 1994., Appendix 3. p.871.
1948 and 1972 versions you can find in different Pyongyang editions
Ask Institute for North Korean Studies (Pukhan Yongusho),Chairman 
Kim Chang-Soon shonshennim.There is a rich Library of N.K.editions.
Maybe there in the last one in English,too (1998).And the Parliament`
Library has a big collection on Korea in English.
If anything you need,too, contact me freely.
Fendler, Karoly
E-mail:  kfendler at axelero.hu 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Kevin Shepard 
  To: Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws 
  Sent: Friday, April 02, 2004 9:49 AM
  Subject: [KS] North Korean constitutional law

  I'd like to start by thanking everyone for all of the information provided on this forum.  I wish that my first post would be one adding to the knowledge base, but instead I'm in need of assistance.  Can anyone tell me where I can find translated versions of North Korea's 48,72, and/or 92 constitutions?  In an attempt to identify the available research to non-Korean speakers(readers), I am attempting an English-language-only  literature review of NK constitutional law.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  Kevin Shepard 
  Doctoral candidate, North Korean Policy and Unification 
  Kyungnam University North Korean Studies Graduate Program 
  21-89 Nokbeon-Dong, Uenpyung-Gu, Seoul 
  South Korea 
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