Pyongyangites Go to Work with Full Confidence
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, February 4 (KCNA) -- A day of Pyongyang begins with citizens going to work, full of hope.
Among them are people going to the construction sites of dwellings for 100,000 families, girls to the Pyongyang Textile Mill and young women to the Pyongyang Children's Foodstuff Factory.
Mirrored in their faces are joy of labor and life as well as a high degree of zeal for making a good job in the day's work for the development of the country.
The Korean socialist system gives equal rights of labor to all the people, legally ensures all conditions needed for their labor and enforces such people-oriented policies as free medical care and education.
There has been no change in their application, even in the period of the "Arduous March", forced march.
The citizens actually experience the benefits of socialism through many things like the everyday supply of bean-flour drink to their schoolchildren, vaccinations given to all the people and recreation system for the working people.
Feeling grateful for the advantageous socialist system, Pyongyangites have renewed their enthusiasm on the way to work to make greater achievements in their work, inspired by the joint New Year editorial calling for radically improving the people's living by accelerating the development of light industry and agriculture once again.
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