Police Repression in S. Korea under Fire

Pyongyang, June 10 (KCNA) — The South Korean Federation of University Student Councils reportedly issued a statement Monday in protest against repression by the police which walked away a student Yun Yong Sok, former chairman of the Taegu and North Kyongsang Provincial Federation of University Student Councils.

The statement noted that he was a patriotic student who devoted himself to the struggle against the pro-U.S. ultra-right anti-reunification forces going against the spirit of the June 15 joint declaration and for the repeal of the “National Security Law,” the worst law for suppressing the patriotic forces.

It branded a series of arrests these days as the last-ditch bid of the pro-U.S. flunkeysts who are following the lead of the United States in the maneuvers to foil the June 15 grand festival for national reunification with the nuclear war moves on the Korean Peninsula.

The statement demanded of the authorities a prompt release of the patriotic students fighting for reunification and the repeal of the NSL, the evil law in the June 15 era.

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