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South Korea views North Korea’s shelling of one of its islands as a bid to  strengthen domestic control during the time of power succession, the  South’s defence minister said on Wednesday. "We view it as a carefully planned action and aimed at strengthening their controls over the people in relation to the succession process," 特にこの、"power succession, the succession process"が分かりません。

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「韓国は,北朝鮮による島の1つ(延坪島)砲撃を,権力継承の期間の国内支配を強化することを狙ったものと考える」と韓国の国防部長官は水曜日語った。 「我々はそれ(砲撃)を慎重に計画された行動で,継承の過程に関連して国民の支配を強化することを狙ったものと考える」 power succession というのは北朝鮮の金正日総書記の三男である正恩氏が後継者となることを言っています。

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