‘Lee Jun-seok disciplinary discussion’ ethics committee to be held at 7 pm on the 22nd

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The People’s Power Central Ethics Committee meeting is scheduled to be held at 7 pm on the 22nd, which will deal with the allegations related to sexual harassment by Lee Jun-seok, the representative of the People’s Power.

On the 20th, the People’s Power Ethics Committee reviewed the documentary evidence submitted by party members who were notified of the ‘disciplinary procedure’, and as a result of the meeting on April 21, We plan to have the party representative (head of the political affairs office) attend the committee and proceed with the fact-checking process,” he said.

Article 21 of the Ethics Committee Regulations of the People’s Power Party rules divides disciplinary action into four types: expulsion, recommendation to leave the party, suspension of party membership, and warning.

Expulsion of party members is confirmed by the resolution of the Supreme Committee after the resolution of the committee, and the removal of members of the National Assembly is confirmed by the approval of at least two-thirds of the total number of members at the general meeting of members after the resolution of the committee.

If a person who has received a disciplinary decision for the recommendation to withdraw from the party fails to submit a report of resignation within 10 days from the date of receiving the notice of the decision on the recommendation to leave the party, the committee will not pass the resolution and will be expelled without delay.

Party membership is suspended for a period of not less than 1 month and not more than 3 years, and a Party member who has not received training provided by the Party without any justifiable reason or has not paid party fees for more than 3 months in one year shall be prohibited from exercising his/her right as a Party member by a resolution of the Committee. can be stopped

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In addition, if additional reasons for disciplinary action occur after disciplinary action, it is stipulated that the disciplinary action will be more severe than the previous one, unless there are special circumstances.

Correspondent Chi-Hoon Song, Donga.com sch53@donga.com

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