Regarding the incident where several members of the People’s Power went to the camp of former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol, Lee Jun-seok, the representative of the People’s Power, said that he met with Yoon and even discussed the ‘expulsion’ of them. In the process of discussing the timing of Yoon’s entry into office, it seems that he gave a boney joke to pressure Yun’s entry into office.
On the afternoon of the 26th, CEO Lee appeared on CBS Radio’s ‘Battle Game’ and answered a listener’s question, ‘There was a discussion about disciplinary action against the party association chairpersons who joined the Yun camp in the power of the people.
Specifically, CEO Lee mentioned the ‘chimaek meeting’ with former President Yoon, which was held the day before. CEO Lee said, “Yesterday, there was former President Yoon in the front seat of me, and Kim Byung-min, former non-commissioned member at the back table.” “I told former President Yoon half-jokingly and half-heartedly, ‘President, if you do not join in August, that person will be expelled. is,'” he said.
At the same time, Chairman Lee said, “I have no choice but to be expelled.” For that reason, “There are rules for such acts in the party membership rules. However, if President Yoon does not join the party, he has no intention of actually becoming our party’s presidential candidate. Then there (Yoon Camp) ), there will be no way for those who participated to help our party’s candidates.”
People’s Power is reviewing disciplinary action against four people, including former lawmakers Park Min-sik (Busan Buk, Gang Seo-gap), Lee Hak-jae (Incheon Seo-gu-gap), Ham Gyeong-gi, Gwangju-gap, and Kim Byung-min, Seoul, Gwangjin-gap. Former lawmaker Park joined as the head of the planning department of the former president’s camp the day before. Former lawmaker Lee and Chairman Ham served as full-time special adviser and assistant to political affairs, respectively, while Chairman Kim served as spokesperson.
However, on the morning of the same day, some media reported that Yoon’s entry into office was around the 10th of next month, but CEO Lee said, “It’s close to a misinformation.” “Is former president Yoon trying to sneak into the party during his representative vacation?” he joked.
By Oh Won-seok, staff reporter [email protected]