North Korean parliamentary election, 1977

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North Korean parliamentary election, 1977
North Korea
← 1972 11 November 1977 1986 →

All 541 seats to the Supreme People's Assembly
  First party
  Kim Il Sung Portrait-2.jpg
Leader Kim Il-sung
Party Workers' Party
Alliance Fatherland Front
Seats won
127 / 541
Seat change Decrease 161

Premier before election

Kim Il-sung
Workers' Party


Kim Il-sung
Workers' Party

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Democratic People's Republic of Korea

Parliamentary elections were held in North Korea on 11 November 1977 to elect the 579 members of the sixth Supreme People's Assembly. In the first session, "The 2nd 7-yr Economic Development Plan of the DPRK" (1978–1984) was approved. Another topic on the agenda was "Let Us Further Strengthen People's Power".[not verified in body]


Alliance Votes % Seats
Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland 100 579
Total 100 579
Registered voters/turnout 100
Source: Yonhap[1]


  1. ^ East Gate Book (2003) North Korea Handbook: Yonhap News Agency Seoul, p124 ISBN 0765610043