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Minju Joson Assails Reckless Move of S. Korean Regime to Enact "Law on Human Rights in North"

    Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- The "Saenuri Party" of south Korea submitted to the "National Assembly" a package of five "north human rights bills" on Nov. 21.
    The regime gets busy building up the public opinion through media and threatening and blackmailing the opposition parties with an aim to get through with it within this year.
    In this connection, Minju Joson observes in a commentary Sunday:
    This is nothing but a sinister plot to stop the south Korean people's admiration of the DPRK and tide over the ruling crisis caused by the unpopular rule and the moves for escalating confrontation with the fellow countrymen in the north.
    The regime actively funded human scum in their leaflet-scattering operations and made sure that the police protected them.
    And now echoing the rubbish made by human scum, the regime is moving to enact the "law on human rights in the north".
    This shows how desperate it gets in the moves against the DPRK as the days go by.
    The regime actively joined the railroading of the anti-DPRK "human rights resolution" through the UN and is keen on shaping a "law on human rights in the north" in order to further bedevil the north-south ties. Now it is talking about so-called confidence and dialogue only to reveal its impudence.
    The regime had better behave itself, well aware that its dream to topple the DPRK will never come true. -0-


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