NORTH KOREA vs USA

By Cole Vanden Hoek

government descriptions

North Korea has a dictatorship. This dictatorship is run by Kim Jong un. When his dad Kim Jong il died in 2011 he took the leadership of the country. They have pretty much no rights or any kind of rules in North Korea. Kim Jong un can do whatever he wants. Like the use North Korea has a judicial, executive, and legislative branches of government.



Now the United states of America is a constitutional federal republic. This means they follow a set of rules made by the founders of America called the constitution. When they have to make decisions they refer back to this as a guide to help make a decision that is constitutional. The citizens of the United states have a lot of rights.




3 things that are alike

1. Both have leaders

2. Both have branches of government

3. Both have 3 branches of government

3 things that are different

1. North Korea has a dictatorship

2. Usa is a federal republic that is constitution based

3. North Korea doesn't have a constitution.

Government comparison

North Korea is very oppressive type of governing. North Korea has little to no rights for their citizens. They have no rules. All decisions are made by Kim Jong un.


The United states of America is a very free way of governing. They allow their citizens many rights. They have a constitution to fall back on in any situation. Use allows many freedoms. The president is their governing figure he can make a lot of decisions but all of them are reviewed. If one of the presidents decisions are declared unconstitutional by the parliament it will have to go through a process to reverse that decision or change it.



3 things that are alike

1. Have branches of government

2. Have same branches of government

3. Have leader

3 differences

1. North Korea allows little rights for citizens

2. Usa allows many rights for citizens

3. Usa has a constitution

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Citizens rights

citizens rights

In North Korea citizens rights are extremely limited. Citizens do not have any way of communicating with the outside world. They have no freedom of speech. The only radios in North Korea are owned by the government.


The United states of Americas citizens have plenty of rights. They have the right to religion, freedom of speech, and the right to remain silent! All of the citizens in the usa are allowed to communicate with other countries unlike North Korea.


Similarities

1. Right to have kids

2. Right to live

3. Right to education

Differences

1. Usa has the right to remain silent

2. Usa has the freedom of speech

3. Usa has freedom of religion

Comparison of rights

Noth Korea is a very secretive and oppressed way of living. The citizens Harley have any rights if any at all.


The United states of America is a extremely free way of living with many rights for the citizens.




Similarities

1. Right to have kids

2. Right to live

3. Right to education

Differences

1. Usa has the right to remain silent

2. Usa has the freedom of speech

3. Usa has freedom of religion

SHORT ANSWER NO.1

North Korea is known to be the most oppressive government on Earth. Human rights are generally banned from the country, some journalists and human rights monitors have been able to learn about the government's policies. The citizens of North Korea have no say in the government. North Korea is a dictatorship so the citizens pretty much have no value to the governmental all.

Short answer no.2


In North Korea leadership is passed down by father to son. When Kim Jong il died in 2011 his son took the "throne" of leadership in North Korea. His name is Kim Jong un. He is not really a leader he is a dictator.

Short answer no.3

I think North Korea would fall on the far right side. Far right as in no rights. (Pun intended) North Korea is once again a dictatorship. When your dictator is not the best person good luck with your rights. The citizens of North Korea have no rights entitled to them by law realistically. They have no contact to the outside world, and no freedom of speech.

Short answer no.4


North Korea and the United States belong to some of the same international organizations, including the United Nations and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Regional Forum. The influence North Korea has on other countries is not positive. Most countries such as the United States of America don't agree with the way North Korea runs things.

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