Pyongyang, September 29 (KCNA) — Minju Joson today comes out with a signed commentary on the scheme of the South Korean authorities to enact a “special law” related to the legal status of overseas Koreans at a “regular national assembly session” to be held this autumn.
The analyst of the paper says:
In enacting the “special law,” the South Korean authorities seek to shear overseas Koreans of their money, disintegrate them and block national reconciliation and unity.
They are openly crying that “potentials” of overseas Koreans must be “introduced into the homeland for economic recovery.”
Already at the beginning of the year, they conducted a “remittance campaign” among Koreans residing in Americas and collected money from them.
What they seek is to replenish their nominal subsidized organisations by means of inveigling overseas Koreans through the “special law”, drive them to the confrontation with independent pro-reunification organisations, disintegrate the community of overseas Koreans and thus block the reconciliation and unity of the nation and the reunification of the country.
If they are truly interested in overseas Koreans, they should rather call for the withdrawal of the U.S. troops from South Korea and take a practical measure for independence and democratisation of South Korean society and the reunification of the country.
There is nothing for overseas Koreans to expect from the South Korean authorities, who are dependent upon outsiders in all political, economic and military affairs and whose safe is empty.
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