S. Korean Political Party Declares Struggle for Minimum Wage Hike

Pyongyang, January 24 (KCNA) — The People’s Party of south Korea formed a headquarters for movement against the minimum wage on Jan. 22, according to the south Korean internet paper Jaju Sibo.

At its inaugural meeting speakers said that the young workers are giving up their dreams and hopes, taken in by the management side and that they would struggle on the side of the youth and part-time workers so as to give them hopes.
They said that the minimum wage was the one of the women and they were the first target of dismissal, reduction of wages, discrimination and others.
They stressed that the movement headquarters would make women become the honorable mistresses of the working place.

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