Pyongyang, January 10 (KCNA) — If the cause of national reunification is to be achieved at an early date, a radical change must be made in South Korea, says Rodong Sinmun in a signed article today.
The author of the article says:
A radical change is badly needed in South Korea to realise independence and democratisation of South Korean society and national reunification, extricate it from the extreme political and economic crisis and confusion and improve the devastated living standard of its people.
If a radical change is to be made in South Korea in conformity with requirements of the times and aspirations of the people, the South Korean authorities should above all take the stand of national independence.
Nothing will change in South Korea even if regimes or “presidents” are changed.
Only when a democratic regime representing the will and desire of the people is established and independent policies are pursued in south korea can a radical change be made in South Korea.
The South Korean authorities must rely upon the nation, not upon outsiders, enforce democratic politics, not fascist repressive politics. They must not try to hurt the fellow countrymen in the north hand in glove with outsiders but promote co-existence, co-prosperity and common interests with them and shape policies to achieve national reunification with the united strength of the whole nation.
Besides, they must replace the anti-north confrontation policy with a pro-north reconciliatory policy, pull down the concrete wall, repeal the “National Security Law”, an anti-reunification fascist law, and disband the “Agency for National Security Planning.” by doing so, they must show changes in their policies and their will for reunification.
We will follow the behaviour of the South Korean authorities.
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