Breakthrough Web Design - 641-201-1459 - Build Your Online Presence
News & Entertainment for Mason City, Clear Lake & the North Iowa Region
• Founded 2010

North Korea says S. Korean Workers Greet New Year in Despair

This news story was published on January 7, 2013.
Advertise on NIT Subscribe to NIT

Pyongyang (KCNA) — CBS of south Korea Tuesday deplored the south Korean workers who greeted the New Year in a despair.

The broadcasting said that dismissed workers of Ssangyong Motors are greeting the New Year while waging a sit-in strike on a high steel tower.

They have been on a sit-in strike for the 42 consecutive days despite cold on a 30-meter-high transmission tower with 154,000 voltage current flowing through wire, it noted, and went on:

Four dismissed workers of the motors died in 2012 and five workers and activists committed suicides or died all of a sudden a week after the “presidential” election.

It held that their simple desire for the reinstatement of the unreasonably dismissed workers should be realized.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

 characters available