North Korea’s Supreme leader Kim Jong-un is reportedly in coma and his sister, Kim Yo Jong, will be taking control over national and international matters, speculated by a South Korean diplomat.
Chang Song-min, who served as a former aide to South Korea’s late president Kim Dae-jung, as a political affairs secretary and as head of the state affairs monitoring office, reportedly claimed in a social media post that no North Korean leader would entrust any of his authority to another person unless he was too sick to rule or was removed through a coup.
“I assess him (Kim Jong-un) to be in a coma, but his life has not ended,” quoted by The Korea Herald. “A complete succession structure has not been formed, so Kim Yo-jong is being brought to the fore as the vacuum cannot be maintained for a prolonged period,” he added.
Chang claimed this as the North Korean Dictator has not made any public appearances amid the speculations of his health issues.
The Supreme leader was last seen presiding over a Workers’ Party politburo meeting on April 11. He was seen cutting ribbon for opening on a fertilizer company
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