|calendar>>July 17. 2012 Juch 101|
Rodong Sinmun Blasts Outbursts of Representative of "Saenuri Party" of S. Korea
| Pyongyang, July 17 (KCNA) -- Hwang U Ryo, representative of the "Saenuri Party" of south Korea, was very much irritated by the failure to muscle the "bill on human rights in the north" through the "National Assembly" sessions and cried out for railroading it through the session of the 19th-term "National Assembly," come what may.
He went the lengths of accusing an opposition figure opposed to the passing of the bill of uttering "words hardly possible."
Rodong Sinmun Tuesday observes in a bylined commentary in this regard:
It is a revelation of a wicked intention to do harm to the dignified social system and the unbreakable single-minded unity of the DPRK and realize the party's long-harbored ambition for the confrontation of the social systems at any cost.
The NA approval of the bill would mean the appearance of another anti-reunification law besides the "Security Law" which would only help make a tragic history of bloody confrontation.
Such desperate moves of the group of traitors would be unthinkable without their sinister intention to stay in power.
By raising the issue of the bill bound to touch off protest among the opposite parties the group seeks to turn the "National Assembly" into a platform of showdown between the conservative forces and counter-conservative forces.
Its aim is to label the forces opposed to the bill as "forces following the north" and "enemy-benefiting" forces in an attempt to put them into a predicament and turn the situation before the "presidential election" favorable to it.
The conservative group in south Korea is the thrice-cursed band of traitors whetting their swords to hurt countrymen to prolong their remaining days.
The prevailing catastrophic situation goes to prove that it is impossible to improve the inter-Korean relations and expect peace and national reunification of Korea unless the group of traitors is thrown overboard.
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