Security Law Must Vanish from History

Pyongyang, September 1 (KCNA) — The South Headquarters of the National Alliance of Youth and Students for the Country’s Reunification reportedly made public a statement on August 27, castigating the Constitutional Court for ruling that some paragraphs of the Security Law are consistent with the constitution.

The south Korean public is now denouncing the judgement as an anti-reunification act going against the north-south relations and people’s demand, the statement said, and went on:

How can those paragraphs be constitutional? The paragraphs still brand the north as an enemy and threaten to arrest those who sympathize with it at a time when all the people are turning out to achieve the independent reunification of the country under the uplifted banner of the June 15 joint declaration.

The decision of the Constitutional Court is also contrary to the trend of the times demanding a total abolition of the evil law. The Security Law must vanish from history.

The Constitutional Court should adopt another decision, if it does not want to remain an anti-national, anti-reunification force in history.

If the Grand National Party and other pro-American, anti-reunification separatists go on the rampage, taking advantage of the decision and beating the drum of “the nature of the system”, they will never evade all-people resistance and their judgment and punishment.

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