It is expected that the Democratic Party will continue its offensive by directly pointing the tip of its sword at Justice Minister candidate Han Dong-hoon after the so-called ‘examination and overhaul’ (completely depriving the prosecutor’s investigative authority) to cut the buds of political retaliation.
In the case of a candidate from the prosecution, as he took the lead in opposing the bill and is a close aide to President-elect Yoon Seok-yeol, it is predicted that the Democratic Party will go all-in on ‘Han Dong-hoon’s horse’ by leveraging the motion to appoint the prime minister.
The reason that the Democratic Party boycotted the National Assembly personnel hearing for Prime Minister Han Duk-soo on the grounds of ‘unfaithful submission of data’ is that it is not intended to dislodge candidate Han Dong-hoon by using his approval as a weapon.
Analysts say that the calculations that not only the Democratic Party’s ‘thorn in the eye’ of a candidate, but also the president-elect Yoon and the new government will be hit with a general offensive against his closest aides were laid down.
The hearings for candidate Han Deok-soo were scheduled for the 2nd and 3rd of next month, and the hearings for candidate Han Dong-hoon on the 4th.
Criticisms towards candidate Han Dong-hoon and voices clamoring for an awl verification during the personnel hearings are continuing.
Yun Ho-jung, chairman of the Democratic Party’s Joint Emergency Response Response Committee, appeared on YTN radio and said, “There are various suspicions about real estate speculation and illegal transactions.” said.
Rep. Jo Eung-cheon also said on MBC radio, “I hope that a candidate behaves like a candidate.” “There was a story about a minister of kings, but that’s not the case, it’s a communication rule. Do you leave it?” he criticized.