Monday, January 17, 2005

North Korea wants a change in leadership

Not everyone in the secretive communistic country is happy with the state of affairs.

(01-17) 19:59 PST SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- A man is heard, but not seen, reading a statement, demanding Kim Jong Il be removed from his post. "The North Korean people are suffering from hunger and poverty because of Kim Jong Il's dictatorship and dogmatic politics," the man says.
This was on a video tape and it indicates that North Koreans want democracy and freedom. It was given to the Seoul-based Citizen's Coalition for Human Rights of Abductees and North Korean Refugees.

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