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« Reply #30 on: January 07, 2022, 04:07:09 PM »


Diep Dieu Vo
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Birthday: November 1, 1968
Education: State Trade School of Jangju, degree on Insurance Management
Political affiliation: People's Democratic Party (since 2021)
Positions held: Minister of Finance
Biography: Diep Dieu Vo was born in Jangju in 1968. He graduated in the Stade Trade School of Jangju, in 1990. He worked for Koryonggang, a state-owned telecommunications company, from 1990 to 1996.

In 1996, he joined Jangju International College, as assistant professor in the Department of Quantiative Analysis. In 1999, he also obtained a master's degree on Political Economy and Administration. He became visitor lecturer in the National University of Jangju, Djabidjan City University, and Zilepò State College. In 2005, he became professor in Jangju International College.

In 2012, he became Director of Jangju International College. He has also published several books on political economy, organizational theory, and work sociology, including a best-seller book on "ethical leadership" published in 2011.

It is been reported that Diep was a member of the Youth association of the Democratic Party. He was a member of the Justice Democratic Party from 1998 to 2011. In 2021, he run as candidate of the Djabidjani People's Coalition, nominated by the People's Democratic Party, in Jangju's eleventh district. He was elected and he would be appointed Minister of Finance on late November 2021.





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« Reply #31 on: January 07, 2022, 08:43:24 PM »


Kim Yoo-ri
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Birthday: October 11, 1980
Education: Djabidjan National University, degree on Law
Political affiliation: Democratic Party
Positions held: Member of the parliament; General Secretary of the Democratic Party (2021- )
Biography: Kim Yoo-ri was born from a middle-class family in Pongnuovo, a small town nearby Djabidjan City. She graduate in Law in the Djabidjan National University in 2003. She would pass the bar exam in 2005, she joined a law firm in Jangju, working in child custody and other causes. She married with businessman Lee Hyeon-Jeong in 2009.

Kim and Lee would divorce in 2014, and she moved to Talgwon where her sister lived. She joined there a small law firm well known for its support of constitutional rights, civil liberties, and human rights. She moved back to Djabidjan City in 2019, where she was hired as lawyer by a women's rights association.

In 2021, she run as candidate of the Democratic Party in the November 2021 national election, surprisingly defeating ruling Djabidjani People's Coalition candidate Chi Van Tran, Acting Minister of State Administration at the time, in a district from Talgwon. As a result, she was elected as one of the nineteen opposition members of the national parliament.

In December 2021, she was elected General Secretary of the Democratic Party, defeating incumbent leader Min Byung-ho.




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« Reply #32 on: January 09, 2022, 04:37:36 PM »


Jang Tae-joon
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Birthday: July 22, 1959
Education: Djabidjan City University, degree on Law; Djabidjan City National University, doctoral degree in commercial law
Political affiliation: Justice Democratic Party
Positions held: President of the Justice Democratic Party; Minister of Labor, Housing, Trade and Commerce (2018-2021),  Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources, and Environment (2021- )
Biography: Jang Tae-joon was born in Djabidjan City in 1959. His father was an attorney and later judge during the Social Republic of Djabidjan. Jang would struggle academically, he would eventually graduate in law in Djabidjan City University in 1986. He became an attorney in 1990, and he would obtain a doctoral degree in Djabidjan City National University in 1993.

He had joined the Justice Democratic Party, a conservative political party, which appeal is mostly based in ethnic Seojoson from the countryside, in the early 1990s, particularly for their law and order and tax policies, according to an interview in 2008. He moved to Attalaxia in 1999, where he run and was elected in the local elections, serving in Attalaxia local government from 2000 to 2008, where he would coincide with future leader of the Djabidjani Christian Party Dirijan Bondye. He was elected to the national parliament in 2008, as candidate of the Justice Democratic Party as part of the ruling Djabidjani People's Coalition.

He would run for reelection in 2012, but he was not reelected, being defeated by an opposition candidate, being his seat one of the only nine seats won by opposition candidates in that election. Despite this, he was appointed a non-voting parliamentary representative. He would run again in the 2016 parliamentary election, this time as candidate in Dangjong. After the death of Kim Dong-yeon, leader of the Justice Democratic Party since 1999, he was elected President of the party and appointed Minister of Labor, Housing, Trade and Commerce.

He was reelected in the 2021 legislative election, being appointed Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources, and Environment in November 2021.



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« Reply #33 on: January 09, 2022, 09:44:30 PM »


Benedita Aklegliz

Birthday: June 11, 1963
Education: Djabidjan City University, degree on Law; Djabidjan City National University, doctoral degree in commercial law
Political affiliation: People's Democratic Party
Positions held: Minister of Justice (since 2021)
Biography: Benedita Aklegiz is the daughter of Twazyèmman Vilajà, a military officer in the armed forces during the Social Republic of Djabidjan (retired in 1984). Meanwhile, her mother is an ethnic Novician. She was born in Djabidjan City in 1963. However, the family moved to Jangju in 1980.

Benedita Aklegliz attended to the Jangju National University, and graduated in Law in 1988, and became an attorney in 1989. She joined the Ministry of Justice and moved to Balona in 1992, where she became a deputy district attorney. In 1997, she returned to Djabidjan City, becoming an assistant prosecutor in the city seventh district. In 2004, she became head prosecutor in the seventh district, and in 2011, she was appointed deputy prosecutor in Djabidjan City. She served as General Attorney of Djabidjan City from 2014 to 2020. In 2020, she left the Ministry of Justice and was appointed as non-voting parliamentary representative.

Although she had been a member of the United Progress Party during her years in Jangju, she confirmed in 2020 that she had joined the People's Democratic Party. She run as candidate of the ruling Djabidjani People's Coalition in the 2021 national legislative election. She was elected to the national parliament and was appointed in November 2021 as Minister of Justice.





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« Reply #34 on: January 14, 2022, 07:24:28 PM »


Yang Kyung-chul
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Birthday: February 4, 1969
Education: Djabidjan City University, degree in Technical Engineering; Djabijan City National University, master's degree in Industrial Communication
Political affiliation: People's Democratic Party
Positions held: Minister of Communication and Information
Biography: Yang Kyung-chul is the son of one of the founders of the People's Democratic Party. His father served as Minister of Finance, from 1983 to 1984, and Minister of Industry and Trade from 1984 to 1990. Yang Kyung-chul would join Koryonggang, a state-owned telecommunications company after finishing his studies in 1997.

He became CEO of Koryonggang from 2011 until 2014, when the company was privatized. In 2016, he was elected as a People's Democratic Party candidate, as part of the Djabidjani People's Coalition. He served as Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources, and Environment from 2016 to 2021.

He was reelected in the 2021 legislative election, and he was appointed Minister of Communication and Information.


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« Reply #35 on: January 14, 2022, 10:31:08 PM »


Yoo Sung-soo
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Birthday: November 3, 1973
Education: Janggakmyeoung Military Academy; Jangju Military College, degree in Technical Engineering
Political affiliation: People's Democratic Party
Positions held: Minister of Public Works and Transport
Biography: Yoo Sung-soo joined the armed forces in 1992. He achieved the rank of Major in 2008. He served as a military attachee in several Djabidjan's diplomatic missions from 2010 to 2014. He was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in 2015, and to Colonel in 2021. He was appointed a non-voting parliamentary member after the 2021 legislative election, in representation of the armed forces.

A few days later, it was announced his appointment as Minister of Public Works and Transport.


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« Reply #36 on: January 15, 2022, 12:03:42 PM »


Onye Ohuru Nnukwu
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Birthday: May 8, 1959
Education: Lavilsid University, degree in History
Political affiliation: Djabidjani Congress
Positions held: Minister of Social Policy, Youth, Family
Biography: Onye Ohuru Nnukwu is an ethnic Mzungumzaji. His grandfather Mbudi Nnukwu served as Minister of Community Relations, from 1959 to 1961. He would be executed in 1965, under the Social Republic of Djabidjan. His father, Nkeetiti Nnukwu, was a member of the opposition group "Atumatu Ntakiri", and was in prison from 1969 to 1977.

Onye moved to Lavilsid in 1978. He would be active in the student movement, before graduating in 1983. Initially, he would be a supporter of President Hahn Geun and the Democratic Party. He moved to Djabidjan City in 1984, where he taught in a high school from 1984 to 1991. In 1994, he started a career in journalism. He joined Djabidjani Congress, a political party which had been created only a few months later, as a merger of several political organizations, in 1997. He was appointed editor of Djabidjani Congress official newspaper, in Mzungumzaji language. Djabidjani Congress would join the Djabidani People's Coalition, which caused a split in the organization. Nevertheless, Nnukwu would remain in the party, and served in Djabidjan City local government, as a representative of the ruling Djabidjani People's Coalition, from 2002 to 2016. In 2012, he would be appointed non-voting parliamentary representative.

In the late 2000s, he was accused of being involved in several investigations regarding bribery and corruption of local officials, although the charges would be dropped by judiciary authorities.

In 2014, he was elected General Secretary of the Djabidjani Congress. He would run as candidate of the Djabidjani People's Coalition in the 2016 legislative election in a district in southern Djabidjan, but he was not elected. He was appointed again as non-voting parliamentary representative, and he joined the Ministry of Healthcare, as Deputy General Director of Primary Care, despite having no experience in the field. In 2018, he would be accused by members of the opposition to have been involved in a case regarding the buying of votes during the 2018 local elections. He denied such accusations, however.

He became President of the Djabidjani Congress in October 2021, and run as candidate of the Djabidjani People's Coalition in the 2021 November legislative election. This time, he would be elected, although by a small margin, becoming one of the four members of the Djabidjani Congress to be elected to the national parliament as part of the ruling of the Djabidjani People's Coalition. He had been promised that he would have stood down as leader of the Djabidjani Congress if he failed to be elected this time.

One month later, he was appointed Minister of Social Policy, Youth, and Family, being the only minister from Djabidjani Congress in the national government.


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« Reply #37 on: January 15, 2022, 12:23:52 PM »


Madmwazèl Gerizon

Birthday: March 22, 1967
Education: Nwapase University, degree in Pharmacology
Political affiliation: United Progress Party
Positions held: Minister of Health
Biography: Madmwazèl Gerizon's father was a diplomat during the Social Republic of Djabidjan. Although she grew up in Djabidjan City, she moved to Nwapase in 1985, where she graduated in Pharmacology in the local university in 1991. Gerizon would marry Dezyèm Aptaan in 1995. Aptaan was a politician from the United Progress Party who would become Deputy Mayor of Nwapase in 1998, as part of the Djabidjani People's Coalition, and serving as Mayor of Nwapase from 2002 to 2014.

Gerizon was elected a non-voting parliamentary representative in 2012. She would be elected to the national parliament in 2016, as a candidate of the Djabidjani People's Coalition. She would be reelected in 2021. In 2020, she was elected as Representative on Women's and Family Affairs in the United Progress Party.

In November 2021, she was appointed as Minister of Health.


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« Reply #38 on: January 15, 2022, 12:59:34 PM »


Oh So-yi
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Birthday: January 6, 1966
Education: Jangu National University, degree in Psychology; Djabidjan City University, master's degreen in Social Pedagogy
Political affiliation: People's Democratic Party
Positions held: Minister of Education and Culture
Biography: Oh So-yi's parents were government officials during the Social Republic of Djabidjan. She spent most of her childhood in Jangju, as her mother served in Jangju local government from 1972 to 1978. Oh would graduate in Jangju National University with a degree in Psychology in 1989. She joined Jangju National University as researcher from 1990 to 1993, and joined Jangju State College as assistant professor from 1998 to 2004.

She moved to Djabidjan City in 2004, teaching in Djabidjan City National University. In 2008, she was appointed as advisor to Djabidjan City local government on education and social policy. A member of the People's Democratic Party, she was elected to the national parliament in 2016, under the ruling Djabidjani People's Coalition, being reelected in 2021.

In 2021, she was appointed as Minister of Education and Culture. 


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« Reply #39 on: January 15, 2022, 02:12:25 PM »


Lahn Thi Huynh
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Birthday: April 16, 1981
Education: Djabidjan City University, Political Science; master's degree in Political Communication
Political affiliation: National Reform Party
Positions held: Spokesperson of the National Reform Party (2018-2021); Political Secretary of the Office of the Premier of the State Council of Ministers (2021- )
Biography: Lahn Thi Huynh is the granddaughter of National Reform Party's founder. She graduated in Political Science in Djabidjan City University in 2005. She was the president of National Reform Party, also known as Kiet Tan, Youth organization from 2008 to 2012. She served in Djabidjan City local administration from 2013 to 2018. In 2018, she was appointed as spokesperson of the National Reform Party. In early 2019, she was also appointed non-voting parliamentary representative.

She was elected to the national parliament in the 2021 legislative election. She was appointed as Political Secretary of the Office of the Premier on November 2021.


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« Reply #40 on: January 18, 2022, 03:35:23 PM »


Han Seung-won
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Birthday: June 28, 1942
Education: Jangju National University, degree on Law
Political affiliation: People's Democratic Party
Positions held: Minister of Communications and Information (1999-2004), Minister of Justice (2004-2010), and Minister of Finance (2018-2021)
Biography: Han Seung-won was born in a middle-class family. In 1965, he passed the national bar exam. He avoided the military service by claiming a rare chronic illness. In 1969, Han started a career as prosecutor. He moved to Djabidjan City in 1973. There, he specialized as prosecutor in enforcing national security laws under the Social Republic of Djabidjan, and he gained particular notoriety for targeting anti-government and democratic activists. In 1981, he was transfered to Durnovris, as a criminal prosecutor.

From 1985 to 1988, he served as Deputy Minister of Justice. His appointment was controversial at the time, and his appointment as Minister of Justice was rumoured to have been vetoed by other member parties of the Djabidjani People's Coalition. Still, from 1986 to 1994, he served as non-voting parliamentary representative. Nominated by the People's Democratic Party, he run and was elected as candidate of the ruling Djabidjani People's Coalition in the 1996 election, he would be reelected in every national legislative election until 2021.

He served as Minister of Communications and Informations from 1999 to 2004, Minister of Justice from 2004 to 2010, and Minister of Finance from 2018 to 2021.

He was severely wounded in Namgung National Theatre terror attack and he did not run as candidate in the 2021 election.




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« Reply #41 on: January 18, 2022, 06:05:57 PM »


Song Il-sung
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Birthday: January 9, 1957
Education: Djabidjan City University, degree on Industrial Engineering
Political affiliation: People's Democratic Party
Positions held: Mayor of Djabidjan City (2009-2014), Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources, and Environment (2016-2021)
Biography: Song Il-sung was born in Heyra. His parents had emigrated there during the Great War. In 1961, they moved to Djabidjan City. His father became an agriculture manager in 1964, following a radical land reform. As a consequence, the family lived for a while in Yeongyang. In the 1970s, his father was appointed Deputy Minister of Agricultre.

Song Il-sung joined Djabidjan City University in 1975. He was a member of the Djabidjani Revolutionary Party, and served as president of the student council in the university. He would remain a member of the Djabidjani Revolutionary Party until its dissolution, in May 1979. In 1981, however, he would join the People's Democratic Party.

He was elected as candidate of the People's Democratic Party in Djabidjan City local government in 1988. He would serve in Djabidjan City local government from 1988 to 2014. From 2009 to 2014, he was mayor of Djabidjan City. In 2016, he was elected to the national parliament, as a candidate fo the Djabidjani People's Coalition. He served as Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources, and Environment from 2016 to 2021.

He was wounded in Namgung National Theatre terror attack and he did not run as candidate in the 2021 election, as he was still recovering in the hospital.

He would be discharged only in early 2022. It was later announced that he would join the Board of Directors of Punha Trading Company.



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« Reply #42 on: January 18, 2022, 07:09:29 PM »


Pèder Sankouwon
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Birthday: May 5, 1942
Education: Djabidjan City University, degree on Law (not finished); Zilepò State College, honorary degree on Constitutional Law
Political affiliation: United Progress Party
Positions held: Minister of Public Works and Transport (2016-2021)
Biography: Pèder Sankouwon was born in a religious family, being his father a Free Reformed Church priest. He was involved in Christian cultural and political organizations during the Social Republic of Djabidjan, being arrested several times.

He had moved to Djabidjan City in 1960, joining the Djabidjan City National University, although he was not able to finish his studies. He left Djabidjan in 1971, living in several foreign countries until he returned to Djabidjan in 1980. He became a civil servant in 1984. In 1990, he joined the United Progress Party. From 1992 to 2000, he served in Djabijdan City local government. That year, he was elected to the national parliament as a candidate of the ruling Djabidjani People's Coalition. From 2006 to 2021, he also served as Secretary of Organization of the United Progress Party, being often considered as party leader Avanto Fóblan's right-hand. In 2018, he was granted an honorary degree on Constitutional Law in Zilepò State College.

Sankouwon served as Minister of Public Works from 2016 to 2021. He was severely wounded in Namgung National Theatre terror attack, losing both legs. He would be replaced as Minister by Avanto Fòblan's daughter, Espwa, who was serving at the time as his Deputy Minister. He did not run for reelection in the 2021 parliamentary election.


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« Reply #43 on: January 19, 2022, 06:52:24 PM »


Yang Bo-reum
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Birthday: September 29, 1971
Education: Djabidjan City National University, degree on Law; Djabidjan City University, master's degree on Commercial Law, Doctor on Political Economy
Political affiliation: People's Democratic Party
Positions held: Secretary of the State Economic Commission
Biography: Yang Bo-reum was born in Talgwon and lived there until moving to Djabidjan City in 1989. She graduated in Djabidjan City National University in 1994, obtaining a degree on Law. She obtained a master's degree on Commercial Law in 1996. She also obtained a PhD. in Political Economy in the Djabidjan City University in 2001.

From 1997 to 2006, she worked for a law firm in Jangju. She moved back to Djabidjan City in 2007, joining the Ministry of Finance. From 2011 to 2021, she was Professor of Law and State Policy in Djabidjan City University. She appointed Dean of the Faculty of Law in Djabidjan City University from 2016 to 2020.

Yang Bo-reum was appointed as Secretary of the Economic State Commission in 2021.



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