Scuffles broke out when some family members tried to cross a bridge to the mainland, reportedly to march on the Presidential Blue House in Seoul, some 420km (260 miles) to the north. "Bring me the body so that I can see the face and hug my child," shouted one woman. Lee Woon-geun, father of missing passenger Lee Jung-in, 17, said: "We want an answer from the person in charge about why orders are not going through and nothing is being done. They are clearly lying and kicking the responsibility to others." Relatives are anxious for the bodies to be retrieved before they decompose.
My perception was that it is about fulfilling or complying in obeying an order. But when I checked it in dictionary (link below) I noticed it is about approving and being accepted. I am confused. http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/go-through