Pyongyang, August 1 (KCNA) — People of different social standings of south Korea denounced the formal judgment of the Seoul Central District Court upon criminals involved in mapping out blacklist in the field of culture and arts, according to reports.
The Seoul Central District Court on July 27 sentenced three years in prison for Kim Ki Chun, former Presidential chief of staff of Chongwadae, on charge of abusing the position, one year in prison for Jo Yun Son, former minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, one year and six months in prison for Kim Sang Ryul, former chief of staff of Education and Culture of Chongwadae.
The Citizens Solidarity for Democratic Society on July 28 in a commentary censuring this ruling. A spokesman for the Jongui Party on July 27 in a commentary said the judgment against Kim Ki Chun was hardly understandable.
The chairman of national unity of the Minju Party said the forces to be combated view the people as no more than dogs and pigs as the court issued such judgment.
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