“Complete Collection of Kim Jong Il’s Works” Vol. 32 Published

Leader Kim Jong Il

Pyongyang, September 28 (KCNA) — The Workers’ Party of Korea Publishing House brought out “Complete Collection of Kim Jong Il‘s Works” vol. 32 carrying Chairman Kim Jong Il‘s works in chronological order and in systematic and comprehensive way.

Carried in it are 82 works including talks, speeches and letters released by Kim Jong Il in the period from January to December Juche 69 (1980).

Those works comprehensively deal with the ideas and theories indicating the path of the struggle for further strengthening the Party in conformity with a new requirement of the developing revolution, effecting a great upsurge in the revolution and construction and greeting the 6th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea with laudable labor feats.

“Supporting the Great Leader Well Is Our Noble Duty”, “Let Us Learn from the Faithfulness Cherished by the Anti-Japanese Revolutionary Forerunners” and other works deal with the ideas of modeling after the anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters to bear in mind the loyalty to President Kim Il Sung as the revolutionary faith and obligation, so as to hold the President in high esteem and protect and secure the President’s authority in every way.

“The People’s Army Should Vigorously and Continuously Push Ahead with the Work of Establishing the Party’s Leadership System” and other works clarify the tasks for strengthening the People’s Army into an invincible rank that is boundlessly loyal to the leadership of the Party and fight for the President at the risk of their lives.

The collection also carries the works giving perfect answers to theoretical and practical issues arising in the socialist construction, including the issue of intensifying the scientific and educational work as required by the developing reality, the issue of further improving the people’s standard of living, the issue of improving the social and cultural life and the issue of imbuing the Party members and working people with great national pride and revolutionary self-confidence. -0-