Justice Solidarity blasts Moon Hee Sang draft

Moon Hee Sang's draft amendment to special law under fire
Civil organizations in opposition to Moon Hee Sang's proposal on December 9, Daejon. (Photo Tongil News)

The Justice Solidarity for Settling the Issue of Sexual Slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army in south Korea on December 4 made public a declaration of the world people of conscience against a draft amendment to the special law proposed by the speaker of the south Korean "National Assembly", together with more than 40 organizations of 12 countries and regions including the U.S., Japan, Canada, Germany and Britain, according to the south Korean internet newspaper Tongil News.

The declaration lamented over a news report on the revision of the special law concerning the reparation for the victims of forced labor by the Japanese imperialists.

It noted that the Japanese imperialists' crimes against humanity can be resolved by the admittance of crimes, official apology, implementation of reparation, provision of measure for preventing the recurrence, etc.

What remains to be done by the south Korean NA and "government" is the abolition of the draft amendment to the special law, the declaration added.

(KCNA - December 9, 2019)
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