Only one candidate is registered for each constituency. North Koreans voted in parliamentary elections on Sunday, with only a single candidate registered for each constituency, according to South Korean state-run news agency
North Korea will elect deputies for the 14th Supreme People’s Assembly, Yonhap news agency said in a report.
Polls are held every five years to elect rubber-stamp parliament in the North Korea. North Korea held first parliamentary elections in 2014, under the leadership of Kim Jong-un, in which 99.97 percent of all registered voters had participated.
North Korean voters, aged 17 or older, have started to cast their ballots at 9 a.m. local time.
As of 3 p.m. local time, 92.35 percent of all registered voters had cast their ballots, according to North Korea’s KCNA news agency. Voting closed at 6 p.m. local time.