Anti-nuclear action impact in Korea

News 13.03.2012

Jeju Island Naval base construction site, Korea. Anti-nuclear protestors cut through the fence and entered the construction site on Friday, March 9. The activists, among them Angie Zelter from Trident Ploughshares (RLA 2001), were arrested and held at Jeju police station for two days.
The protests against the US backed Naval base on the Korean island have now entered politics: Opposition parties made a common pledge to halt the construction and the Korean Bishops’ Congress will include the Naval base as a major discussion point.

Angie Zelter’s report from Sunday, March 11.

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