Thursday, 2 July 2015

CPRK Secretariat Slams S. Korean Chief Executive's Politically-motivated Terrorism

   Pyongyang, July 2 (KCNA) -- The Secretariat of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) in its information bulletin No. 1098 Thursday denounced the south Korean chief executive for having vetoed the "draft amendment to the National Assembly (NA) law" that passed through the NA under agreement by the ruling and opposition parties.
    This was a fascist action and hideous politically-motivated terrorism little short of the May 16 military coup that traitor Park Chung-Hee staged by hurling huge troops into dissolving the NA in broad daylight in a bid to seize power, and his fabrication of "yusin constitution" in the past, the information bulletin noted, and went on:
    As far as the "draft amendment" is concerned, it had been high on the agenda since 1997 and was officially passed through the NA on May 29 last to hold in check the arbitrary practices of the dictatorial regime and ruler, an inveterate vice in south Korea, reflecting the unanimous demand of the public.
    This not withstanding, Park Geun Hye exercised veto on it under such unreasonable pretexts that it "infringes upon the mandate of the administration" and goes against "the separation of three powers -- the legislature, the executive and the judicature." Moreover, she is forcing the floor leader from the ruling party to step down as he has steered the discussion with the opposition parties over the issue of the "draft amendment" and pushed ahead with the work for passing it through the NA.
    The reality goes to clearly prove that Park and her group are hideous stranglers of democracy.
    It is as plain as a pikestaff that if the present puppet conservative group is allowed to stay in power, the south Korean society will turn into an unprecedentedly dark fascist society and graveyard of democracy under the reign of iron-fisted rule, terror and tyranny-ridden politics and south Koreans will be subject to bitterer misfortune. -0-

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