Aren’t the private power of the people still drunk on the election victory?

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
Pocket
WhatsApp

The rupture within the people’s power is growing over the suspicion of CEO Lee Jun-seok’s ‘teacher of sexual abuse and destruction of evidence’. The party’s Central Ethics Committee held a meeting last night and, after intense debate, postponed the decision on whether to take disciplinary action and the level of disciplinary action after hearing Chairman Lee’s call on the 7th of next month. If you see that President Lee will not accept any measures such as expulsion, solicitation to leave the party, suspension of party membership, or warning, it seems that the family fight will continue to be boring.

If CEO Lee’s mistake is revealed, he should be disciplined and resign from his position as the representative. What really annoys the people is the wasted fight for power that lies behind it. After the victory in the presidential election on March 9, the people’s power was divided into ‘Yun Hee-kwan (a key person in charge of Yoon Seok-yeol)’ and ‘Bi-yun (Bi Yun Seok-yeol)’ including CEO Lee, and there was no windy day. Despite the convening of the Ethics Committee, Lee’s side is attacking the party leader, who is in office until June 24 next year, as a ‘conspiracy of Yoon Hak-kwan’ and a ‘coup d’état’, while the opposing party makes concessions, saying that the allegations raised cannot be overturned. are fighting without

Representative Lee and Rep. Jeong Jin-seok, ‘Hack-gwan Yoon’ have already frowned at each other by exchanging harsh words that it is difficult to believe that they came from the mouth of a representative and a middle-level lawmaker, such as ‘dog sounds’, ‘cheaps’, and ‘bad tricks’. The cause of the fight was the appropriateness of President Lee’s visit to Ukraine, but no one will know that it was a melee battle over the party’s leadership. The daily wrestling between CEO Lee and Chin Yun Bae Hyun-jin, a member of the Supreme Council, is also very familiar. I don’t know if it’s about party affairs, but while arguing over a local issue of leaking the press’s comments at the meeting, the party leader ran out of the meeting room and the floor leader struck the desk in a mess.

Read Also  Ban Muang - Cabinet approved the appointment of chairman and committee NSTDA

The same is true for CEO Lee, who has repeatedly attacked Rep. Ahn Cheol-soo over the issue of nominating the top committee. If there are differences of opinion, narrowing it down through discussion is the basis of democracy. It is pathetic that the ruling party is engrossed in struggles for position rather than unity in a time when the nation’s powers are not enough despite the strong typhoon of the economic crisis. It is deserving of criticism that he has already become arrogant because he has already been drunk on victories in the presidential and local elections. Both CEO Lee and Yoon Hak-kwan, who are engaged in escalation and reproduction rather than mediating conflicts, should be self-reflecting.

ⓒ Hankyung.com, unauthorized reprinting and redistribution prohibited

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
Pocket
WhatsApp

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Recent News

Editor's Pick