CM – North Korea bans laughter for 11 days to celebrate the anniversary of Kim Jong Us father’s death

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North Korea has imposed an 11-day strict ban on laughing, drinking and shopping for its citizens. To mark the anniversary of the death of Kim Jong-il, the former leader of North Korea, an 11-day period of mourning was imposed in the country, beginning on December 17. He was the father of North Korea’s current ruler, Kim Jong-Un. According to a report by the Korean service of Radio Free Asia, citizens are prohibited from participating in celebrations and recreational activities during the mourning period. « During the mourning period we are not allowed to drink alcohol, laugh or engage in leisure activities, » an unnamed resident of Sinuiju was quoted as saying Day extended as 2021 is the 10th anniversary of the leader’s death.

If a resident breaks the rule during that time, he or she can be arrested, the report added. In the past, residents found guilty of disregarding restrictions were « arrested and treated as ideological criminals ». The nameless resident said, « You were taken away and never seen again. »

In addition to the above restriction, grocery shopping was banned on December 17th, the day Kim Jong-il died in 2011 .

That’s not all. « People can’t even celebrate their own birthday when they are mourning, » the nameless resident is quoted as saying. If a household dies while mourning, the bereaved are not allowed to shout out loud. The body, the report said, must be brought out when it’s over.

The same report also quoted another unnamed resident as saying that law enforcement officials were urged to « crack down » on all of these violations. « It’s a month-long special for the police, » said the source.

According to a Newsweek report, citizens of the capital Pyongyang had to bow their heads and observe three minutes of silence when a siren in memory of Kim Jong sounded on December 17th -il howled through the city All trains blew their horns on this occasion.

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