[정치]”I like Mercedes more than domestic cars,” questions Democratic Party’s Lee Won-wook

Is it the beginning of the first action by the Office of the President, who accused a member of the Supreme Council, Jang Gyeong-tae?

The conflict between the Democratic Party, the main opposition party, and the President’s office looks stunning.

In the Democratic Party, additional doubts about the office of the president remain, and the office of the president repeats rebuttals.

One is the controversy surrounding the President’s use of a Mercedes-Benz.

Here is an article posted by Democratic Party lawmaker Lee Won-wook, “Who put the president in a Benz?”

Attention was drawn to the fact that there was a problem in Bali, Indonesia, when it was reported in foreign media that President Yoon Seok-yeol rode a Mercedes instead of Hyundai Motor Company, the official ceremonial vehicle.

The Office of the President immediately refuted.

President Yoon is said to have used the Hyundai G80 as an official ceremonial vehicle.

However, considering security, he explained that he only rides in a bulletproof car in a specific area designated by the host country.

But the allegations did not end there.

This time, a robot dog for security in the presidential office is on the chopping block.

The office of Congressman Jeon Yong-gi of the Democratic Party raised suspicions of preferential treatment, saying the company was actually owned by the person who donated during presidential candidate Seok-yeol Yoon who won the robot dog business through a private contract.

This, too, was refuted by the President’s office and explained.

The robot dog security project has been reviewed since the Moon Jae-in administration, and was selected transparently through performance evaluation by participating in two commercial companies.

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