Residents’ Vital Rights Threatened by Ferry Sinking Disaster in S. Korea

Pyongyang, May 15 (KCNA) — The right to existence of the residents living near the scene of the ferry Sewol sinking disaster is put at serious peril, according to south Korean MBC on Monday.

The full-grown seaweed is rotting as surrounding waters and culture farms are contaminated by more than 200 tons of oil that leaked from the ferry.
Fishermen have lost their way of living.
Residents’ curses and resentment are running high against the puppet authorities who have not taken any measure though more than 20 days have passed since the area was declared as a special disaster-torn area.

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