The DPRK in absentia sentenced to death the ex-President of South Korea
TOKYO, 28 Jun — RIA Novosti, Ivan Zakharchenko. North Korea is in absentia sentenced to death the ex-President of South Korea Park Geun-Hye and the head of South Korean intelligence Lee Byung Ho for preparing, allegedly to attempt on DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN, according to a published Wednesday in Pyongyang to the joint statement of the Ministry of public security and the Central Prosecutor’s office.
“Intelligence officials, not to mention the clique of Park Geun-Hye and Lee Byung-Ho, from now on can’t count on mercy, even if they die a dog’s death at any time and in any place whatsoever”, — quotes the statement from Pyongyang’s Central Telegraph Agency of Korea (KCNA).
Pyongyang also demanded that North Korea Park Geun-Hye and Lee Byung-Ho,
according to the international laws in respect of “state terrorism”, which, according to Pyongyang, was aimed against the Supreme leadership of the DPRK.
“We announce that if the US and their puppet forces in South Korea will again try to resort to state terrorism against the Supreme leadership of the DPRK, without warning, we will immediately carry out the punishment of the organizers, participants and performers of a conspiracy on martial law,” — said in a statement.
The ex-President of the Republic of Korea Park Geun-Hye was removed from power by impeachment this year, after which in may was held early elections, which resulted in the victory of the democratic leader moon Jae-In.
Park Geun-Hye, daughter of former South Korean dictator Park Jung-Hee, arrested in South Korea on charges of involvement in the corruption scandal around her close by the name of Choi sung-SIL. With her in recent years, relations between the two Koreas has reached a critical point up to the threats of preemptive strikes.
On the Korean Peninsula remains a war after the military conflict of 1950-1953 ended with the signing of the armistice. All attempts of the DPRK to make the United States the conclusion of the peace agreement did not succeed.