Full text: South Korea’s new ‘anti-leaflet’ law, in English
NK Pro commissioned a full translation of the full proposed law change
A new South Korean bill banning leaflets and propaganda from being sent to North Korea has struck a nerve in the National Assembly, where a filibuster attempt is under-way to delay its adoption.
The law, which has drawn widespread condemnation from human rights activists for its wide-reaching limitations, could see violators receive criminal sentences and fines of up to 30 million won ($27,200).
But what do the proposed legal change require, exactly?
The following is an NK Pro unofficial translation of the proposed changes: “A Partial Amendment to the Law on the Development of Inter-Korean
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