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Article 10 of the Constitution of the Republic of Korea

All citizens have the right to pursue happiness with dignity and worth as human beings.

The state shall confirm the inalienable basic human rights of individuals and undertake the duty to guarantee them.

Article 3 of the North Korean Constitution dated June 29, 2016.

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea embraces a human-centered worldview and takes the Juche idea and the Songun idea, which are revolutionary ideologies for realizing the independence of the people, as the guiding principles of its activities.

However, I confirmed that in the constitution revised on April 11, 2019, the part related to human dignity contained in 'Article 3' was deleted.

So, it has been confirmed that the revised constitution deleted the part related to 'human dignity.'

In the legal community, concerns have been raised that this represents a decline in constitutional values. The deletion of provisions related to 'human dignity' in the constitution has been criticized for undermining human rights and other related matters.

In socialist constitutions, the term 'human-centered worldview' is widely regarded in academia as referring to the fundamental right of 'human dignity' in the constitution of democratic states.

It can be argued that the omission of 'human-centered worldview' corresponds to the deletion of the 'human dignity' section.