Before the first national inspection since the Yun Seok-yeol government was established, the people’s hopes were modest. He asked them to show that they were at least concerned about the safety of the people at a time when the economic crisis caused by high interest rates and a sudden increase in the exchange rate was added to the security crisis that threatened North Korea’s seventh nuclear test beyond. ballistic missiles. But when I opened the lid, nothing had changed. Yesterday, the first day of the National Assembly, the National Assembly’s Foreign Affairs and Unification Committee showed lameness after the opposition parties faced off over whether to reproduce the controversial so-called ‘judge’ video during President Yoon Seok-yeol’s visit to the United States. Earlier, lawmakers from the Democratic Party of Korea called for the resignation of Minister Park, who was present when discussing the motion to dismiss Foreign Minister Park Jin.
The Legislative and Judiciary Committee, where the Audit and Oversight Board requested a written investigation into former President Moon Jae-in in relation to the shooting of a North Korean official at the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, was also disappointing. The Judiciary Committee was adjourned for almost an hour due to the picket protests of the Democratic Party in protest against the investigation of former President Moon and the picket protests in response to the power of the people. Even after the National Assembly resumed, the opposition and opposition parties continued a war of nerves that no one would pay attention to, wasting time being wasted after a war of nerves with no income.
The problem is that the people’s concerns are only the beginning. If the politicians do not change their consciousness, the same ‘dejap national inspection’ as yesterday will continue until the last day. There are many lame factors that hinder the ‘normal public opinion’, such as the nuclear decommissioning policy of the Moon Jae-in government, the solar energy project, controversy over the cost of relocating the presidential office, and the judicial risk of a leader the Democratic Party. Lee Jae-myung. Hopefully the politicians will put their hands on their chests to see who they are raising their voices to in the National Survey. There is no future in a country where people care about politics.