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I question the need to include this link. The manner in which the North Korean populace are expected to regard their current leader and his ancestors is a matter of public record dating back to the time of Kim Il Sung. The fact the KPS 9566 character encoding includes separate and consequent symbols for KIS and KJI, and two versions of the symbol of the Workers' Party of Korea, should be enough to alert readers to the political influences on the design of this encoding. The article should confine itself to the technical aspects and the attempts to align it with Unicode and other CJK encodings. Rugxulo (talk) 23:26, 15 May 2013 (UTC)
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