Minister of Public Administration and Security Lee Sang-min and Commissioner Kim Chang-ryong, likely to meet tomorrow

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Minister Lee Sang-min visits the National Police Agency to meet with the Commissioner General of the National Police Agency

(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Kim In-cheol = Minister of the Interior and Safety Lee Sang-min (center) is visiting the National Police Agency in Seodaemun-gu, Seoul for an interview with Commissioner Kim Chang-ryong (right) of the National Police Agency (right) on the afternoon of the 9th. 2022.6.9 yatoya@yna.co.kr

(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Kim Yun-gu and Lee Jung-hyun = Minister of the Interior and Safety Lee Sang-min and Commissioner Kim Chang-ryong of the National Police Agency are expected to meet as early as the 22nd.

According to Yonhap News coverage on the 21st, after the Police System Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Public Administration and Security announced a recommendation for police control on the same day, Commissioner Kim requested an immediate interview with Minister Lee, who returned from a business trip to Georgia.

Accordingly, it is known that Minister Lee is positively reviewing the schedule. Minister Lee is said to be in Seoul the next day.

On the same day, the advisory committee announced a recommendation to establish a police-related support organization within the Ministry of Public Administration and Security, enact the commanding rules for the Minister of National Police Agency, and establish a recommendation committee or personnel committee to request personnel from the head of the National Police Agency, the head of the National Investigation Headquarters, and high-ranking police officers.

As a result, the police are concerned about the violation of the rule of law.

lisa@yna.co.kr

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