Consider this a list, not exhaustive, of character traits that Filipinos need to overcome if they want to emerge as a better society – definitely better than their current situation indicates.
This weekend's elections will instruct voters from 687 constituencies to select representative deputies, who will serve on the Supreme People's Assembly (SPA) — the country's main legislative body — for the next five years.
According to the North Korean Constitution, this is how the state is structured (quotes from an unofficial translation): Supreme People's Assembly: "The Supreme People's Assembly is the highest organ of State power in the DPRK. When the SPA is not in session, the SPA Presidium also can exercise legislative power." The presidium is a select group of SPA members who serve as Kim's inner circle, advising on political decisions.
Filipinos are lazy and unimaginative There are many talented Filipinos. The following question remains without a convincing answer until now: Proud to be Filipino? Obviously, Filipinos have been putting the cart before the horse; they feel pride for some inexplicable thing, then they go find something to feel proud of, however small and inappropriate.
However, it seems that the problem is that collectively, their society doesn’t encourage such. But true pride comes from a society building things as a collective, from accomplishing things where each member of that society can feel happy and satisfied knowing that they had a part in building that thing or accomplishment.
Local People's Assembly: "Provincial (or municipality directly under the central authority), municipal (district), and county local people’s assemblies are local sovereign power organs.