Friday, June 5, 2009

Pyongyang accused Seoul of the massacre of former President of South Korea.

Pyongyang has accused South Korean President Lee Myung Baqa in bringing to the suicide of his predecessor, Roh Moo-hyun, who committed suicide May 23, 2009, dropped out of the rocks. That was reported by AFP on Friday, June 5.
According to the Agency, the official newspaper of the Workers' Party of North Korea "Noton Sinmun" (Rodong Sinmun), has recently criticized the position of the South Korean ruling "party of a great country, which lies in the fact that Pyongyang did not, after the nuclear tests at the end of May 2009 because at that time in South Korea was proclaimed on mourning But Mu Henu.
On Monday, 1 June, South Korean President Lee Myung Bak, joining a national radio, also condemned the conduct of Pyongyang nuclear test in the period of mourning.
AFP quoted the commentary, published in "Noton Sinmun": "With regard to mourning But Mu Henu both for themselves and have become a cause (ie the South Korean government)." The death of the former President of South Korean reporters the party's publications described as "homicide" caused by a "political vendetta, organized a handful of traitors" from the Government of Lee Myung Baca.
Finally, Noton Sinmun "urged the South Korean president" to repent of sins and a quarrel with North Korea.
Roh Moo-hyun, who is dying note said, "that complicated the lives of too many people", the prosecutor's office of South Korea was suspected of receiving bribes in the amount of six million dollars and led to the former president and his family's corruption investigation that has received a shocking response. After the death of Roh Moo-hyun of South Korea's government announced that it will terminate the investigation.

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