Senior North Korean diplomat says Jang killed due to crimes against the country
A senior North Korean diplomat has revealed new details about why Kim Jong-Un’s uncle was executed.
North Korea’s ambassador to the UK, Hyun Hak-Bong, said Jang Song Thaek “made anti-party, anti-government crimes, and as well he abused his power in hindering the national economy and hindering the efforts of the national economy and for improving people’s living standards.”
He claimed Jang had stolen more than 7.5 million dollars from the people in 2009 alone and been repeatedly pardoned by the party and Kim Jong-Un.
But he said that the party’s patience had run out with Jang, adding: “He made tremendous crimes against the government, against the people, against the country.”