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I emphasized the ‘fair president’… Yoon Seok-yeol sparked a spark of ‘real estate suspicion’

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Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol speaks at a meeting of the non-captain of self-employment held at his presidential camp in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 22nd. News 1

Former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol was confused. This is because many of the People’s Power lawmakers that the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission saw as illegal real estate-related allegations belonged to former President Yoon’s presidential campaign. After running for presidentIt is being pointed out that former President Yoon, who has emphasized fairness and common sense, has been neglecting the camp recruitment verification as he has focused only on being called three. Some point out that former President Yoon should clearly state his position on lawmakers who have been subject to disciplinary action by the party.

Five of the 12 People’s Power lawmakers who the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission revealed that they had real estate allegations were members of the former president’s camp. All five people are in charge of ‘headquarters level’ positions at the camp, including the head of the real estate policy division (Song Seok-Jun), the head of the public relations division (Ahn Byung-Gil), the head of the organization division (Chul-Kyu Lee), the head of public communication (Chan-Min Jeong), and the head of the industrial policy division (Moo-Kyung Han).

The problem is that 3 out of 6 people (Chul-gyu Lee, Chan-min Jeong, and Moo-kyung Han) of the 6 people (Chul-gyu Lee, Chan-min Jeong, and Moo-kyung Han) who decided to request expulsion or resignation after going through the summons process at the emergency supreme council on the 24th were members of the former president’s camp. The reorganization of the camp organization seems inevitable.

Moreover, before joining the camp, lawmakers Chan-min Jeong and Moo-kyung Han had raised suspicions about real estate through media reports. Rep. Jeong is being investigated by the police on charges of taking bribes in exchange for permission for a development project from 2014 to 2018, when he was the mayor of Yongin. In the case of a lawmaker, the Citizens’ Coalition for Economic Justice (Gyeongsilyeon) had raised suspicions of violating the Farmland Act, saying that it acquired farmland through inheritance in February but did not conduct agricultural management.

Rep. Han and Jung voluntarily resigned from their camp-related positions immediately after the decision of the highest level. The purpose is not to put a burden on former President Yoon. Rep. Lee denied the expedient gift and requested an additional opportunity for an explanation from the party, so the camp of former President Yoon decided not to take immediate action.

Kim Ji-hyun reporter




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