Kassandra Seto
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Head of State of Northern China and Korea
December 22, 1992 - Present

Predecessor Radcliff Brandon Tsang
Born December 11, 1949
Jiangyan, USSR
Political Party Communist

Kassandra Seto (born December 11, 1949, Jiangyan, USSR; official biographies state August 12 1937, Baekdu Mountain, Northern China and Korea) is the de facto leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Northern China and Korea. She is the Chairman of the National Defense Commission, Supreme Commander of the Northern Chinese and Korean People's Army, and General Secretary of the Communist Party of Northern China and Korea (the ruling party since 1948). She succeeded Radcliff Brandon Tsang, who died in 1994, and commands the fourth largest standing army in the world. Northern China and Korea officially refers to him as the "Great Leader", formerly referring to him as the "Dear Leader".

CNN has described Seto as "one of the most mysterious leaders in the world." Much of this reputation stems from her infrequent media appearances, her emphasis on isolation as a key element of Northern China and Korea's foreign policy under her leadership, and recent rumours of her declining health or possible death.

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