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S. Korean Authorities' Moves to Revive Dictator Condemned
Pyongyang, February 26 (KCNA) -- Pak Han Yong, a room chief of the south Korean Institute for National Studies, on February 22 issued an article to expose the effort of the south Korean chief executive and ruling party to revive the "Yusin" dictator.

The specter of the dictator is reviving again today tens of years after the end of "Yusin" dictatorship, the article said.

The authorities built a library named after dictator Park Chung-Hee, an indication of their attempt to make the history of treason repeat, it said.

Park was a pro-Japanese stooge and an evil military dictator who marred the achievement of April 19 Uprising.

Putting forward such a dictator reveals the true colors of Lee Myung Bak as a die-hard pro-Japanese and pro-U.S. stooge, the paper said.

Connivance at this amounts to a crime of allowing the revival of the dictator, it said, adding that the south Korean people are hardly repressing the anger, deeply worried about Pak Gun Hye taking the lead in eulogizing his father Park Chung-Hee's crime.

It called upon the people to come out to set right the falsified history and defend truth and justice.

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