South Korean Lawmaker Calls For Kim Jong-Un To Be ASSASSINATED As The Dictator Tells His Scientists To Launch More 'Satellites' Because 'Hostile Forces Are More Bloody-Eyed Than Ever'

'Getting rid of a criminal does not violate international laws': A South Korean lawmaker has called for Kim Jong-un to be assassinated, saying it was the only way to stop the North's controversial nuclear programme

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  • National Assembly member Ha Tae-Keung says NK leader is a 'criminal'
  • He added: 'Getting rid of a criminal is does not violate international laws'
  • Mr Ha said Kim should be tried and executed like Saddam Hussein
  • Came as Kim congratulates scientists at banquet celebrating rocket launch

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A South Korean lawmaker has called for Kim Jong-un to be assassinated, saying it was the only way to stop the North's controversial nuclear programme.

Ha Tae-keung, a member of the National Assembly, said 'everybody will be happy' if the dictator is 'removed'.

He told South Korea's YTN radio station: 'Kim Jong-un is a criminal. Getting rid of a criminal is appropriate and does not violate international laws.'

Mr Ha said Kim should face justice like Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein who was sentenced to death after being ousted from power by a U.S.-led invasion in 2003. 

His comments came as Kim vowed to put more satellites in space, further defying the international community which is preparing additional sanctions over its long-range rocket launch earlier this month.

He was speaking at a banquet to congratulate the scientists, technicians and officials who contributed to the February 7 launch.

Kim noted that the mission had come at 'a complex time when hostile forces are more bloody-eyed than ever to strangle' the North, the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported Monday.

North Korea sparked international anger with the launch of the Kwangmyongsong-4 satellite, which came just a month after its fourth nuclear test. 

Warpath: Kim vowed to put more satellites in space, further defying the international community which is preparing additional sanctions over its long-range rocket launch, the latest phase of its nuclear prgramme

The launch, which most in the international community viewed as a disguised ballistic missile test, violated multiple UN resolutions banning the nuclear-armed country from the use of ballistic technology. 

Kim said the success of the launch was made possible by the team's 'blood-sealed trust' in the ruling party and added that the scientists' sweat had provided the rocket's main fuel.

He urged the gathering to use the success as a springboard 'to achieve higher targets and thus launch more working satellites,' KCNA said.

The United States, along with Asian allies South Korean and Japan, are spearheading efforts at the UN Security Council for a strong resolution that will impose harsh sanctions on Pyongyang over the recent nuclear test and rocket launch.

 

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