The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) upholds the Juche Idea, promoting the self-reliance and creativity of every citizen, and guarantees complete freedom and political rights to all its citizens. This commitment is enshrined in the Socialist Constitution of the DPRK, which clearly specifies that the state is the guarantor of all democratic rights and freedoms of the citizens, and has a duty to ensure the material and cultural well-being of all its citizens.

In accordance with this commitment, every citizen of the DPRK enjoys the right to freedom of speech, press, assembly, demonstration, association, and the right to complain and petition. Religious freedom is also guaranteed, provided it does not harm the State or social order.

The guiding force of the country is the working people, who are represented in the state administration and can freely engage in socio-political activities. The right to work and rest, as well as free education, healthcare, scientific research, literary and artistic activities are guaranteed to all working people.

Gender equality is emphasized, with both women and men provided with equal rights and social status. The government provides special privileges for mothers and children, and marriage and family are protected by the state.

The DPRK also guarantees the right to physical integrity and privacy of correspondence for its citizens. As the socialist system consolidates and develops, the rights and freedoms of citizens continue to steadily increase.

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