Pro-No (Pro-Roh Moo-hyun) elder Yoo In-tae, the former secretary-general of the National Assembly, said on the 31st of the’Lee Jun-seok blast’, related to the internal atmosphere of the Democratic Party, “There are voices worried that next year’s presidential election will be over if Lee Jun-seok (party representative) will end.
Rep. Yoo appeared in the SBS’News Briefing of Joo Young-jin’ on the same day, saying, “The political power took it as a shock, and especially the Democratic Party people felt a tremendous sense of crisis.”
Regarding the Democratic Party’s sense of crisis, Rep. Yoo said, “There is an image of an old Kondae political party. When such a person becomes the face of the party, he feels quite a sense of crisis in the presidential election.”
Regarding former lawmaker Na Gyeong-won’s running for the party’s representative, he argued, “I lost in the last election for the mayor of Seoul, but the other thing that appears in the representative is to protect himself.” He said, “Isn’t (I’m the former lawmaker) the main culprit of the fast track last year? The sentence is very strong,” he said, “not for the party, but first, I think I ran with the feeling that I had to live and watch.” Regarding the former Minister of Justice Cho Kook, who published the memoir, he added, “I said that I should be a little ashamed before, but have you committed a crime that is as serious as that of the death of Poongbi?” He added, “I am humanly sympathetic and understand.”
Jo Hye-sun, Dong-A.com reporter [email protected]
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