Enforcement of “Anti-Terrorism Law” Opposed in South Korea

Pyongyang, April 28 (KCNA) — Members of the Citizens Solidarity for Democratic Society and other civic and social organizations of south Korea held a press conference outside the puppet government building on April 21, at which they opposed the puppet authorities’ moves to enforce an evil law against human rights, according to the south Korean News One.

They said the Intelligence Service is getting undisguised in its arbitrary practices and human rights abuses in the wake of the passing of the “bill on combating terrorism.”
The institution of such law precisely means terrorism, they charged.
They declared that they would stage actions against the “enforcement ordinance of the anti-terrorism law.”

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