The U.S. and some EU countries following it, the Japanese reactionaries and other riff-raffs fabricated the "resolution on human rights in north Korea" once again, an unpardonable violation of the sovereignty of the DPRK and a grave state-sponsored terrorist act aimed to bring down its socials system, the open questionnaire said.
The U.S. and its vassal forces maliciously hurt even the supreme dignity of the DPRK which all its service personnel and people regard as the whole of their life, destiny and future by abusing the UN. This is a hideous provocative act which deserves resolute and merciless punishment, the open questionnaire noted.
The DPRK Association for Human Rights Studies made the following open questionnaire, expressing resentment at the unreasonable behavior of the UN which adopted the self-opinionated "resolution" without a single visit to the country concerned while interfering in the internal affairs of a dignified sovereign state at the prodding of the hostile forces against the DPRK, being bereft of the decency as an authoritative international organization:
Does the UN know about the stirring reality of the DPRK in which the ordinary working masses exercise genuine political right, which is basic criterion of human rights, as the master of society.
Does the UN know about the reality of the DPRK in which the interests of the people are prioritized and everything is concentrated on improving the people's living standard despite the persistent sanctions and pressure by the U.S. and other hostile forces.
Does the UN know about the reality of the DPRK which substantially guarantees and provides the genuine rights of human beings including the right to learn, the right to receive medical treatment and the right to labor.
Does the UN know that the act of daring to hurt and slander the supreme dignity of the DPRK is an unpardonable hideous provocation against all its service personnel and people and the act will invite their merciless retaliation and punishment.
The DPRK Association for Human Rights Studies stressed that the UN should not evade the answer to the open questionnaire. -0