S. Korea: Authorities’ Racket of Sanctions against DPRK Protested

Pyongyang, September 18 (KCNA) — The Family Movement for Realizing Democracy in south Korea held the 1138th Thursday rally on September 14 in demand of the release of prisoners of conscience and abolition of “Security Law”. They denounced the regime for supporting the illegal anti-DPRK UNSC “sanctions resolution”.

The speakers at the rally expressed aversion for the present regime, saying that its act of supporting the UNSC’s adoption of “sanctions resolution” is little different from the acts of Park Geun Hye regime which had been hell-bent on escalating confrontation with the fellow countrymen.
They called for clarifying the stand against the sanctions and protesting the UN’s imposition of sanctions.
Justice of society can not be realized without releasing those who fought against the unjust forces and those who devoted themselves to peaceful reunification, they said, stressing the need for the present regime which came into existence by dint of the might of candlelight to set free all the prisoners of conscience within this year as demanded by the candlelight demonstrators.
They vowed to work harder to build a just society.

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