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“KCTU” rejects system of allowing companies to lay off workers

Pyongyang, January 14 (KCNA) — The “Korean Confederation of Trade Unions” in South Korea (KCTU) declared that it would not participate in the “workers-companies-government consultative council” which is being invented by those in charge of the regime that will take office toward the end of February, in token of their will to make no compromise with the system of allowing companies to lay off workers, according to a radio report from Seoul.

The “KCTU” leadership in an interview with the deputy president of the “National Congress for New Politics” on Jan. 10 rejected the attempt of those in charge of the new “government” to introduce the above-said system. It warned repeatedly that it would not participate in the “workers-companies-government consultative council” and, at the same time, would stage a general strike to block the introduction of the system.

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