Pyongyang, December 1 (KCNA) — A meeting of South Koreans in Japan demanding the repeal of the “security law” was held in Tokyo on Nov. 14 under the co-sponsorship of the Federation of South Koreans in Japan for Democracy and Unification (Hanthongryon) and the Overseas Koreans’ Solidarity Council for the Repeal of “Security Law,” according to the November 21 issue of Minjok Sibo published in Japan.
The executive chairman of the solidarity council, addressing the meeting, said Koreans in Japan gained 100,000 signatures through a vigorous signature-campaign for the abrogation of the “security law” in different parts of Japan and the struggle against the evil law in South Korea is escalating into the massive movement.
Kwak Tong Ui, chairman of Hanthongryon, gave a lecture.
A resolution was adopted at the meeting.
After the meeting the participants staged a demonstration carrying slogans demanding the repeal of the “security law.”
Meanwhile, representatives of Hanthongryon and the South Korean youth league in Japan on Nov. 15 went to the South Korean embassy in Tokyo to stage a protest chanting slogans such as “repeal the ‘security law’ and immediately release all prisoners of conscience.”
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