Repeal of SL and Release of Prisoners of Conscience Demanded in S. Korea

Pyongyang, February 1 (KCNA) — According to the south Korean online newspaper Jaju Sibo, the Family Movement for Realizing Democracy in south Korea held the 1155th Thursday meeting in Seoul on Jan. 25 in demand of the repeal of the “Security Law” and the release of prisoners of conscience.

At the meeting speakers charged that those who had struggled for peace and reunification of the Korean Peninsula are still behind bars.
Urging the authorities to repeal the SL, the fascist evil law, and set free all the prisoners of conscience, they called for people of all strata to turn out in the struggle for realizing it.

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