Minju Joson Slams Japanese Regime’s Attempt to Make Evil Laws

Pyongyang, October 3 (KCNA) — The Japanese regime is desperately pushing ahead with the institution of law on punishment of organized crimes despite the strong public protest.

Minju Joson’s Tuesday commentary terms this a bid to materialize the wild militarist ambition for overseas expansion.
The commentary goes on:
Militarist overseas expansion is the primary policy goal of the present Japanese regime.
The regime has worked hard to carry it out but there still remain many problems.
It should modify the present constitution banning it from participating in a war and having a regular army, and lay a material foundation for emerging as a military giant.
The regime, out of its calculation that to put under control the opposition political forces is indispensable for removing such political and military obstacles, is seeking to draw up evil laws for reviving militarism and thus attain its ill-intended political goals with ease.
The Japanese reactionaries are working hard to cook up the evil law to eliminate the opposition political forces as the anti-government sentiments grow stronger day by day among the public against their desperate moves for reviving militarism.
But such an evil deed will only boomerang on them.

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