I met Lee Jun-seok, but… Kim Jong-in “I am a person who is out of responsibility, I have nothing to help with regime change”

Former People’s Power General Election Task Force Chairman Kim Jong-in leaves the office after meeting with Lee Jun-seok at his office in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 10th. 2022.1.10/News1 © News1

Kim Jong-in, former chairman of the National Power of Peoples National Election Countermeasures Committee, repeatedly stated on the 10th that he would not play a role for regime change.

Former Chairman Kim said this to reporters after meeting with CEO Lee Jun-seok at the Gwanghwamun office in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the same day. When the meeting between the two became known on that day, in the political circles, there was talk of whether Chairman Lee would meet with former Chairman Kim Jong-un at the reunion of his predecessor’s headquarters. The meeting between the two lasted 18 minutes.

When asked by reporters if he had any intentions of helping the regime change in any way, former Chairman Kim said, “It’s the responsibility of those who are responsible for it.”

Then, when he said, ‘CEO Lee also talked about the possibility of cooperation,’ he said, “What is there for an individual to cooperate with?” When asked, ‘Is there any advice you would like to give to Yoon Seok-yeol, the People’s Power presidential candidate?’, he said, “I have nothing to say. ” he said sparingly.

Former Chairman Kim said, “(CEO Lee) only talked about personal things,” and said, “I never talked about the predecessor headquarters.”

People’s Power Representative Lee Jun-seok leaves the office after meeting with former Chairman Kim Jong-in at the office of former General Election Countermeasures Committee Chairman Kim Jong-in located in an officetel in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 10th. 2022.1.10/News1 © News1

Representative Lee, who came out of Kim’s office earlier, said, “Usually, we shared the situation within the party for a week.” When asked about the details of the conversation, CEO Lee said, “Basically, it doesn’t seem like your stance has changed significantly from when I met you last week (Chairman Kim).”

When asked if he had any intentions of persuading Candidate Yoon, who drew the line for Kim’s joining, CEO Lee said, “I think there must be a significant need for the candidate to move. is not,” he said.

(Seoul = News 1)


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