S. Korean Body Exposes Danger of “Anti-Terrorism Law”

Pyongyang, May 5 (KCNA) — The south Korean “Human Rights Committee” exposed the danger of the “anti-terrorism law” to be enforced by the puppet authorities, according to the south Korean Yonhap News on May 2.

Recently the puppet authorities set forth the “enforcement ordinance” of the “anti-terrorism law” which calls upon the minister of Foreign Affairs, the minister of Land and Transportation and the director of the Agency of People’s Security to set up the headquarters for measures against terrorist cases and exercise the right of the bosses of the headquarters according to the nature of terrorist acts.
It also calls on the puppet military to hurl special ops forces into the areas outside military facilities to carry out anti-terrorist operations in case they are required by the bosses of the headquarters.
This proves that the puppet authorities are mulling hurling military force into suppressing even the slightest anti-“government” moves including the people’s action for vital rights under the pretext of the “anti-terrorism law”.

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