The Jeju Provincial Government has delivered a letter of warning to the organizations protesting Jeju’s second airport to demolish the tent where people are fasting to express their opposition.
If they don’t demolish the tent by Oct. 17th, the government will forcefully dismantle it.
From the letter of warning, the Jeju Provincial Government said, “they are illegally occupying the roads and causing traffic problems.”
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Earlier, the Jeju Provincial Government recently requested that the Ministry of Land, Transport and Tourism build Jeju’s second airport, so people from the organizations decided to hold a fasting demonstration.
The organizations protesting against Jeju’s second airport said, “The tent is located far from the road so it doesn’t bother anybody walking on the road. And instead of communicating with us, they just sent us a letter of warning to kick us out. We are being forced to be here because of what Jeju Provincial Government have done.”
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