Sunday, 20 September 2015
S. Korean Authorities Flayed for Trying to Railroad "Bill on Human Rights in North" through NA
Pyongyang, September 20 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Central Committee of the Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League released a statement on Sunday denouncing the south Korean authorities for trying to railroad the "bill on human rights in the north" through the "National Assembly", a heinous politically-motivated provocation against the DPRK.
The south Korea has turned into the worst tundra of the human rights in the world and a dark society where the elementary aspiration, wishes and future of the youth, in particular, are not be guaranteed, the statement said.
The youth and students in the DPRK are studying to their heart's content, not knowing even the word registration fee, but more than 80 percent of university students in south Korea are suffering hard labor at worksites, unable to pay school expenses, and becoming targets of guinea pig, it said, and went on:
Though the south Korean authorities do not solve the issue of youth unemployment, they are not minding their own business but getting hell-bent on anti-DPRK moves while pulling up it over its non-existent "human rights issue". This is, indeed, a ridiculous and shameless act and will bring into light their base true colors as confrontational elements.
They can never be pardoned as they are working hard to bring down the socialist system of the DPRK, the cradle of its youth and students.
The young vanguard of the DPRK who are brilliantly recording the sacred annals of the great power of the youth under the guidance of the peerlessly great man of Mt. Paektu will mercilessly sweep away the provokers who dared challenge the dignity and social system of the DPRK. -0-