Disabled people’s group marches ‘Gwanghwamun Station – Yeouido Park’ in time for the inauguration ceremony of the former president-elect

Park Kyung-seok, co-representative of the National Solidarity for the Elimination of Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities, is holding a ‘fight for the fight’ protest in the Samgak area of ​​Seoul’s Yongsan-gu subway line 4 on the 6th, urging for ‘guaranteeing a budget for the rights of the disabled’. news

The National Solidarity for the Elimination of Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities (Jeon Jang-yeon), which has switched from a subway protest on the way to work, urging for budget guarantees related to the rights of persons with disabilities, to a ‘fighting fighting spirit’ protest, will march in Yeouido to coincide with the inauguration of President-elect Yoon Seok-yeol.

According to Jeon Jang-yeon on the 8th, the march will continue from Gwanghwamun Station on Seoul Subway Line 5 to Yeouido Park through Yeouido Station around 8 am on the 10th. The march will last about two hours.

Yoon’s inauguration ceremony will be held in the front yard of the National Assembly on the morning of the same day, and it is known that after the inauguration ceremony, Yoon-elect will walk to the National Assembly exit.

Jeon Jang-yeon gave the march a sub-title, ‘A march of the uninvited, a march of those without civil rights, a march of the discriminated against’. He continued to call for the abolition of all discrimination, referring to Article 11 of the Constitution, which states that ‘all citizens are equal before the law’.

Provision of the National Solidarity for the Elimination of Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities

Earlier, on the 6th, Jeon Jang-yeon took the gear subway from the platform in the Samgakji Station of Seoul Subway Line 4 and held a ‘fighting fighting’ protest going through Hansung University Station to Hyehwa Station. In the meantime, the haircutting ceremony and demonstrations have been held at Gyeongbokgung Station on Subway Line 3 near Tongui-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, where the Presidential Transition Committee is located, but as the transition committee’s activities are completed, the protest location has been moved to the triangle area near the Ministry of National Defense, where the new presidential office will be built.

On the same day, the group got off at Hanti Station on the Suinbundang Line and held a rally for about 20 minutes at a crosswalk on the way to the home of Choo Kyung-ho, the Minister of Strategy and Finance candidate. As a result, the road from Hanti Station to Dogok Station was controlled, causing congestion at one time.



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