Protest on the way to work in Jeonjangyeon… Subway Line 4 delayed more than 40 minutes (comprehensive)

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Requesting an interview with the Ministry of Strategy and Finance… “If the working-level consultation is accepted, the boarding protest will stop”

Jeon Jang-yeon members protesting in the Samgak area

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(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Kim Yun-cheol = Reporter Kim Yun-cheol = The National Solidarity for the Elimination of Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities (Jeon Jang-yeon) held a protest on Seoul Subway Line 4 on the way to work on the morning of the 20th, delaying train operation for more than 40 minutes.

According to the Seoul Transportation Corporation, Jeon Jang-yeon started the demonstration at Hyehwa Station around 8 am that day and ended the demonstration at Hoehyeon Station around 10 am. As a result, at Hoehyeon Station, the upbound line was delayed by a total of 48 minutes and the downbound line was delayed by a total of 43 minutes.

On the 13th of this month, Jeon Jang-yeon condemned the Ministry of Strategy and Finance and resumed the demonstration on the way to work.

They demanded working-level consultations to reflect the budget for the rights of persons with disabilities, and said that if the Ministry of Strategy and Finance agrees to the consultation, the protests on the subway on the way to work will be stopped.

After the press conference, they took a train to the Samgak area and blocked four doors from 8:06 a.m. and continued the protest.

Jeonjangyeon officials delayed the departure of the train by hanging a ladder around their neck and blocking the train entrance and continued their speech. When the train failed to depart for nearly 30 minutes, a citizen protested, shouting, “This is too much.”

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As the delay time increased, the police pulled the ladder out of the necks of the people involved in the battlefield and forcibly moved them, and there was a high castle.

Lee Hyung-suk, president of the Seoul Center for Independent Living for the Disabled, said, “I’m really sorry for protesting on the way to work.

The group then moved to Sadang Station and held a demonstration starting at 8:50 a.m., delaying the train service for 24 minutes.

After the subway demonstration, they gathered again at Hoehyeon Station and marched on the ground towards the Seoul City Council.

At a press conference on the same day, Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency Commissioner Kim Gwang-ho said, “It is the task of the times to establish order through strict law enforcement in situations such as the Jeonjangyeon protests, where people are trying to enforce their will by tying their feet up. I will,” he said.

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