Stop to political surveillance on opposition party called for in S. Korea

Pyongyang, September 28 (KCNA) — Three “national assemblymen” from the opposition “Grand National Party” of South Korea on Sept.24 demanded that the “Prime Minister” put a stop to suppressing the opposition party, a Seoul-based radio reported.

They paid a protest visit to the “Prime Minister” and said that the authorities are keeping police’s political surveillance and wiretapping against district committees of the opposition party.

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