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Papers Praise WPK’s 70-odd-year History

Pyongyang, October 10 (KCNA) — Leading newspapers here Tuesday dedicate editorials to the 72nd founding anniversary of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK).

Rodong Sinmun sayst the WPK foundation was the solemn birth of the revolutionary party of Juche, the new type party steering the era of independence, and that it was a historic event of great epochal significance in carving out the destiny of the country and people.
The paper goes on:
Thanks to the foundation of the Party, the Korean revolution has advanced along the road of victory with the powerful political staff and the Korean people have become the independent and heroic people being admired by the world.
The 70-odd-year history of the WPK is the glorious one in which it has firmly defended the socialist cause of Juche and dynamically advanced it.
President Kim Il Sung built the WPK into the Juche-type revolutionary party, mass party of the working people and steel-strong party unprecedented in the party-building history of the working class.
Thanks to the outstanding wisdom and wise guidance of leader Kim Jong Il the WPK developed into the genuine party of the leader, mother party and seasoned staff of the Songun revolution for the first time in history.
Respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un has further glorified the Party into the Kimilsungist-Kimjongilist Party as required by the new times and remarkably enhanced its leadership function and role.
The 70-odd-year history of the WPK is the brilliant route through which to set a example of the times in the building of a revolutionary party under the wise leadership of the peerlessly great men, and the immortal annals during which the truth that the victory of the socialist cause led by the WPK is inevitable is proved in practice.
Minju Joson says the high prestige and invincible might of the WPK and the party-building feats of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il are inseparable, and that their august names will be immortal with the development of the WPK.

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