Establishment of Independent Tool to Probe into Past Errors Urged in S. Korea

Pyongyang, August 25 (KCNA) — More than 300 civil and social organizations including the People’s Solidarity for Succeeding to the Spirit of the Democratic Movement held a press conference on Aug. 20 and demanded that the “government” authorities set up an independent body for probing into past, according to south Korean MBC.

Voicing opposition to a political use of the probe into past, they underlined the need to set up at the earliest possible date a body endowed with extensive powers of investigation.

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