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During 2009 and 2010, Yo Jong started helping Kim to establish hereditary succession campaign.
Now in his mid-30s, Kim inherited in 2011 the leadership of a people who didn't know anything about him until three years before he took power, and perhaps were disgruntled by another hereditary succession.
If Kim Jong-un succeeds in the transfer of power, he can complete the third-generation hereditary succession.
This is because of the proscription under Section 7, Article XII of the 1987 Philippine Constitution which states: 'Save in cases of hereditary succession, no private lands shall be transferred or conveyed except to individuals, corporations, or associations qualified to acquire or hold lands of the public domain'.
The sale, mortgage, transfer or any conveyance or disposition of the lands awarded to farmer-beneficiaries shall be prohibited except where the transfer is by hereditary succession.
Later, West European monarchies introduced legal codes instituting systems of either elective or hereditary succession.
Furthermore, the regime's revolutionary and antimonarchial nature has little stomach for hereditary succession.
In Eastern Europe, too, hereditary succession, or the unproblematic survival of dynasties upon the passing of the incumbent, was by no means the norm at the death of monarchs (or rulers invested with similar power), as is shown by the failure of the Godunov and Shuiskii families during the 1600s in Russia, the highly contested Polish successions after the resignation of John Casimir (Jan Kazimierz, 1609-72) in 1668, or, indeed, the efforts of Bohdan Khmelnytskyi (c.
In his resignation, he cited frustration over the lack of will within the government to fight corruption and his belief that President Essebsi intended to arrange a hereditary succession.
Dynasty: The Hereditary Succession Politics of North Korea
The military rulers were either only interested in hereditary succession or blind loyalty, rather than seeking development.
18) As Kantorowicz demonstrated, the Crown as a corporation originally developed as a means of ensuring automatic hereditary succession upon the death of one reigning Sovereign and the accession of another, which in turn created a perpetual legal personality.

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