English

Halt to Retrogressive Revision of Labor Law Urged in S. Korea

Pyongyang, December 16 (KCNA) — The south Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Trade Unions of south Korea, together with lawmakers from opposition parties, called a press conference at the “National Assembly” on Dec. 13 in demand of halt to the retrogressive revision of labor law and elimination of the forces following the “government” power, according to the online newspaper Jaju Sibo.

A press release was read out there.
The press release held that Hwang Kyo An and other officials who took the lead in pressing on with the retrogressive revision of the labor law, aimed to push trade unions, youth and workers to joblessness and layoff, should be ousted from all posts as they have executed the scandal-tainted core policies of the regime.
It urged the “temporary National Assembly” to start discussion on the retraction of retrogressively revised labor law and ouster of the scandal-tainted officials.

Image credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/julianacunha/8393636763/

Related posts: