Rodong Sinmun on Ruling Crisis in S. Korea
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, May 26 (KCNA) -- The south Korean conservative group is now plunged into the worst ruling crisis. It suffered bitter defeat in the April 27 by-election and the people's wrath at the present conservative regime is on the brink of eruption.
Meanwhile, the "Grand National Party" has turned into a mourner's house, disrupted by dispute over the blame for the defeat in the by-election.
Rodong Sinmun Thursday in a bylined article observes in this regard:
The pitiful lot of the south Korean ruling quarters in serious crisis is due results of their unpopular rule.
This ruling crisis is ascribable to the south Korean authorities' sycophancy and treachery and their policy of dependence on outsiders, anti-reunification moves for confrontation with fellow countrymen and unpopular politics.
The traitorous policy of the conservative group deteriorated the people's livelihood so drastically, increasing the income disparity between the rich and the poor 29 times from 5.7 times 10 years ago.
This is the catastrophic reality brought by the present south Korean "government" which talked volubly that it would "reduce hardships of life" and "become a 'government' giving hope to the common people."
The people's anger at the conservative authorities, which are enforcing the unpopular misrule while mocking at the people, has reached an extreme point. It is quite natural that such traitorous group has been driven to the bottomless pit of ruling.
Now the south Korean conservative group is making desperate efforts to tide over the worsening ruling crisis and realize its ambition for retaking power, but such attempt will never be allowed by the people.
One's evil doings will rebound on oneself.
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