S. Korean ruler’s empty talk

Pyongyang, August 27 (KCNA) — The chief executive of South Korea had a talk with pressmen accredited to “Chongwadae” six months after taking office, according to a radio report from Seoul.

He said at the talk that he would “push ahead with political reforms desired by people from now on.” The reforms are intended to turn “politics of high cost and low efficiency” into “politics of low cost and high efficiency” and to “root out irregularities,” he added.
He has made such “promises” when he was making a “Presidential Election” campaign and when he won in the “elections” and when he was addressing the inauguration.
During the past six months, malpractice’s of the preceding regimes have been repeated in South Korea. As a result, economic bankruptcy has worsened, the number of jobless people increased and repression and human rights violations have been further intensified.

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