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South Korean Religionists Demand Institution of Special Law
Pyongyang, September 4 (KCNA) -- Clerics of five orders of south Korea on Sept. 1 held a joint prayer meeting in demand of the institution of a special law in Seoul, according to south Korean KBS.

The Religious Believers Council of five orders for instituting a special law for probing the truth behind the ferry Sewol disaster consists of the clerics of Catholic, Kaesin, Buddhism, Ronal Buddhism and Chondoism.

The members and religionists of the council gathered before the Posin Pavilion and strongly demanded the probe into the ferry Sewol disaster and the institution of a special law.

They marched to the Kwanghwamun plaza and held a prayer meeting there.

They mourned over the death of the victims of the ferry Sewol disaster.

They insisted on the institution of a special law comprising the right to investigate and prosecute those responsible for the disaster as demanded by the bereaved families.

Religionists of south Korea are joining the public in their action against the puppet authorities turning their face away from the institution of a special law.

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