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Plan to Revise Law On Security Falters

Dec 12,2000
The ruling Millennium Democratic Party's plan to present an amendment bill to the National Security Law at the extra parliamentary session that opened Monday fell through, running into an internal dispute.

In a meeting of the party's Supreme Council on Monday, Rep. Chang Tea-wan opposed the plan, putting on the first brake.

Later in the afternoon, in the government and ruling party talks, opposition arose again to revision of the draconian law .

The party hopes to eliminate those clauses barring southerners from supporting or praising North Korea in any manner and subjecting to prison terms South Koreans who join pro-Pyongyang organizations or have unauthorized contacts with citizens of the North.


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