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Park Geun Hye's Foreign Junket Rapped by Overseas Koreans in Europe
| Pyongyang, April 1 (KCNA) -- Park Geun Hye, south Korean chief executive, suffered disgrace in the eyes of the world as her foreign trip was strongly protested by Koreans in Germany.
The Society for Cooperation among Koreans in Germany, European Regional Headquarters of the Pan-national Alliance for Korea's Reunification, One-Korean Nation European Solidarity and other overseas Koreans' organizations in Europe held a meeting in Berlin on Mar. 26 in protest against Park's European junket.
At the meeting there was a show of beating Park Geun Hye for having pursued wrong politics since her coming to power.
The speakers at the meeting accused Park, daughter of an erstwhile dictator, of being unaware of the importance of democracy and human rights and violating the south Korean workers' rights, shutting her eyes to the death of members of the Ssangyong Motors trade union.
She at the 3rd "nuclear security summit" made such reckless remarks without any scientific ground that the north's nukes pose the biggest threat, betraying her ignorance and becoming a laughing stock of the world.
German people of all social strata present at the meeting made solidarity speeches.
They brought to light the nature of the policy of privatizing the public sector in south Korea and the suppression of rights of south Korean workers opposed to it and demanded the south Korean authorities set free the workers detained for their actions for the right to existence at an early date.
At the end of the protest they staged a demonstration, holding placards.
When the motorcade carrying Park who was on German tour was passing by, the demonstrators chanted "Park Geun Hye, Step Down!" in protest against her trip.
The websites of the Federation of Koreans in the U.S. and the Society for Cooperation among Koreans in Germany, internet paper Minjok Thongsin for Koreans in the U.S., south Korean internet paper Voice of Seoul and other media introduced the overseas Koreans' protest actions, noting that she was drubbed.
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