Pyongyang, September 11 (KCNA) — Progressive parties and organizations of south Korea strongly denounced the regime for introducing additional THAAD equipment at the prodding of the U.S. on Sept. 7.
The representative of the Jongui Party at a meeting that day accused the chief executive of failing to preserve the stand opposed to the deployment of THAAD he took during the “presidential election”, terming THAAD an evil left by the Park Geun Hye regime.
The Popular Coalition Party in a commentary expressed the will to stage actions for getting THAAD withdrawn for peace on the Korean peninsula and public interests, noting it can never pardon the regime’s introduction of THAAD.
The Green Party in a commentary urged the “president” to apologize to the citizens opposed to the deployment.
The Confederation of Trade Unions in a commentary said the chief executive should be held accountable for the deployment, accusing him of enforcing the deployment by mobilizing thousands of police troops at night.
The Solidarity for Progress released a statement to censure the regime.
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