靑 The abolition of the national petition… The Yun Seok-yeol government established the ‘People’s Proposal’ platform

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The presidential office of the Yoon Seok-yeol government announced that it had abolished the Blue House ‘People’s Petition’, an online communication channel operated by the Moon Jae-in administration, and opened a new ‘People’s Proposal’.

Kang Seung-gyu, chief of civil society, held a briefing at the Yongsan Presidential Office this afternoon and introduced it as “a communication channel with the public that reflects President Yoon’s will to become a president who communicates directly with the people.”

The presidential office explained the reason for the abolition, saying, “The previous government’s response rate was only 0.026%,” saying, “The majority of civil petitions were dismissed without a response because they selectively responded to more than 200,000 consent cases.” I did.

He added, “There was a concern that the petition, which is a principle of non-disclosure under the Petition Act, would be turned into a political issue that incites public conflict by fully disclosing the content of the petition.”

The Yoon Seok-yeol government said that it would keep the principle of non-disclosure under the Petition Act and operate it under a complete real-name system to prevent distortion of public opinion and macros.

In addition, he said that he would restrict comments representing the interests of a specific group or group, and guarantee answers within the statutory deadline through the ‘complaint liability handling system’.

The new platform ‘People’s Proposal’ will be available through the presidential office website from 2pm today.

https://www.epeople.go.kr/nep/withpeople/index.npaid

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