S. Korean people’s solidarity struggle encouraged

Pyongyang, December 10 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun today carries an article about South Korean people’s solidarity struggle for abolishing the “security law” within this year which has been staged powerfully with an involvement of democratic mass organizations, religious, civic, human rights and legal organizations.

The “security law”, a legal device of confrontation and division and the snare of fascist suppression, is incompatible with national reconciliation, unity and the reunification of the country, the article says, and goes on:

The “security law,” which has been used against the nation for half a century, should be abolished totally and unconditionally without delay.

This is the only way for independence and democratization of South Korean society and national reunification. It is also the way to wreak the grudges of martyrs who had been killed under the fascist law while fighting for independence, democracy and reunification.

The South Korean authorities are talking about “amendment” of the “security law” instead of its abolition. It is nothing but an intention to invariably use it as a tool for the maintenance of their power and continue their fascist suppression of people with it.

If political parties, organizations and personages of South Korea connive at the existence of the “security law,” deceived by such cunning moves of the authorities as “amendment”, they will fall victim to it.

The struggle for abolishing the “security law” is for the vital interests of all the classes and strata.

They are different in political view, religious faith, faction and affiliation, but common in fighting purpose and circumstance. So they can advance and coordinate with each other in the righteous patriotic struggle for totally abolishing the notorious “security law” and achieving the democratic freedom and rights and national reunification.

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