Ro Song-sil (born 1960) is a North Korean politician. She has served as the chairwoman of the Central Committee of the Korean Democratic Women's Union (KDWU) and as an alternate member of the Politburo of the Workers' Party of Korea. She was a delegate to the 12th Supreme People's Assembly and a member of the Presidium.
A graduate of Kim Il-sung University, Ro became vice-chair of the Pyongyang committee of the Women’s Union in April 2001, and chair of that committee in February 2002. After serving as vice chair of the Central Committee of the KDWU starting in November 2006, in March 2008 she became chair of the union (at the 52nd general meeting of the KDWU).
Delegate to Supreme People’s Assembly
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