Elementor #22354

Central Committee of Democratic Front for Reunification of Korea Formally Dissolved

A meeting of the Central Committee of the Democratic Front for the Reunification of Korea took place in Pyongyang on March 23.

Present there were presidium members of the Central Committee of the DFRK and representatives of political parties and social organizations.

The meeting stressed that the Workers’ Party of Korea and the government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea branded the ROK clans, who have proclaimed the DPRK the “principal enemy” and pursued the “collapse of regime” and “unification by absorption” only in collusion with outside forces for nearly 80 years, as the most hostile state, invariable principal enemy and complete foreign country, not the partner for reconciliation and reunification, and set up a new stand on the north-south relations and reunification policy.

And it reached a consensus that there is no need for the Central Committee of the DFRK, a pan-national united front organization, to exist any longer now that the north-south relations are completely fixed into those between two states hostile to each other and the relations between two belligerent states, not the consanguineous or homogeneous ones.

The meeting decided to formally dissolve the Central Committee of the DFRK.