Retraction of Decision on Outlawing Teachers Union Urged in S. Korea

Pyongyang, December 4 (KCNA) — The Teachers Union of south Korea launched actions in Seoul on Dec. 1, urging the regime to retract the decision on outlawing the union and combat evils in education, according to the south Korean internet newspaper Chamsesang.

At a press conference members of the union blamed the present regime for not retracting the decision and urged it to ensure the rights of teachers and workers once deprived of by the former Park Geun Hye regime.
Meanwhile, the Seoul Council of Educational Bodies made public a declaration signed by 509 public personages in demand of combating evils in education and restoring the legal status of the Teachers Union that day.

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