In continuation with his fascist rule over North Korea, Kim Jong Un has passed orders for the execution of 15 senior officials in his government this year for allegedly not following his diktats. The South Korean National Intelligence Service revealed the information to a member of the New Politics Alliance for Democracy. The information could not be confirmed because of the extreme close nature of the South Korean society.
Intelligence officials reveal the autocratic nature of Kim's functioning as the head of the state. He does not pay heed to any form of excuses or defiance of his orders. The revelations were made by Shin Kyung-min, a member of New Politics Alliance for Democracy. Kim condemns those who defy his authority.
Also in the list of those executed is the vice-chairman of the State Planning Commission. The latter had allegedly raised objections to bringing about some changes in the final design of a hall. A change was proposed to it round shape design. It was to be changed to a round shape like a flower.
The Unhasu Orchestra scandal implicated nine performers. They found their way to death in order to stagnate negative rumours about Kim's wife.
The executions included a minister for forestry who had dared to criticize a state policy. The information was leaked by an official working for the National Intelligence Service.
The official revealed Kim's plans of traveling to Moscow later this month. This is to be Kim's first international trip since he assumed power in 2011. He came to the top post following the death of his father, Kim Jong-il.