South Korean clique hit for scheming to introduce layoff system

Pyongyang, January 16 (KCNA) — The Director of the Worker-Peasant Department of the Central Committee of the National Democratic Front of South Korea (NDFSK) issued a statement to the press on Jan. 9, rejecting the moves of the South Korean clique to introduce the reactionary system of allowing companies to lay off workers, faced with the total bankruptcy of the economy owing to the financial crisis, the Seoul-based radio Voice of National Salvation said.

The clique is openly scheming to introduce the system overall, giving in to the demands of the International Monetary Fund, the director said. Owing to this, forcible dismissal and mass unemployment are coming in sight.
He ascribed the total economic bankruptcy to the intemperate introduction of foreign capital, market opening, dependence on foreign forces and flunkeyist and treacherous policy.
The attempt to legalize the system is to follow in the wake of the “civilian”-veiled government this shows there is neither way nor counter proposal in South Korea to overcome the present economic failure, he noted.
He said that the working people couldn’t be free from the chains of oppression and capital any time unless precedence is given to punishment of the prime movers of the economic bankruptcy and dismantlement of the chronical colonial and slave economic structure.
He stressed that the NDFSK will more vigorously advance along the road of independence, democracy and reunification to defend the dignity of the nation and the right to existence, together with all the patriotic people including 10 million workers across South Korea.

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