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Freedom of speech, assembly in peril in South Korea

Frank Smith
Press TV, Seoul

In South Korea, freedom of assembly faces scrutiny after the arrest of 16 student demonstrators and the alleged physical abuse of some of the arrested by police.

Activist NGO leaders argue that the administration of President Yoon Suk-yeol is suppressing the human right to assemble and demonstrate by placing limits on rallies.


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