Over 5,000 people hold candlelight meeting to demand dissolution of LKP


Pyongyang, May 28 (KCNA) -- More than 5,000 people of different social standings from Pusan, Ulsan, Taegu, Taejon, etc. in south Korea had a candlelight meeting at the plaza of Kwanghwamun in Seoul on May 25 in demand of the dissolution of the "Liberal Korea Party" (LKP), according to the south Korean online paper Jaju Sibo.

They participated in the meeting holding boards bearing such slogans as "Dissolute LKP!" and "Punish Hwang Kyo An and Ra Kyong Won!"


Speakers at the meeting said that the people are denouncing LKP as it has prevented the chief criminal responsible for the ferry Sewol disaster from punishment and disturbed probing the truth behind the disaster.

They denounced that the group of traitors, the descendants of dictatorship and murderous regimes and the group most corrupt with irregularities and corruption, are crying out for "defense of constitution", "democracy" and "people's livelihood".

After the meeting, the participants marched past with candles in their hands.