The People’s Power Plan to Exercise Veto Power Over Controversial Yellow Envelope Act
Power of the People leaders strategize against the Yellow Envelope Act
Leaders from the People’s Power party recently convened to discuss their strategy in dealing with the controversial Yellow Envelope Act. The act, proposed amendments to the Trade Unions Act and the Labor Relations Adjustment Act, has been a subject of intense debate and is set to be voted upon in the upcoming plenary meeting of the National Assembly.
The People’s Power leaders, including floor leader Yoon Jae-ok and Democratic Party floor leader Park Gwang-on, held a closed meeting at the National Assembly Speaker’s Office and later briefed reporters on their plan.
The party aims to exert its influence by exercising the ‘veto right’ in case the Yellow Envelope Act fails to pass during the full assembly. This move, seen as a strategic exit rather than obstructing legal proceedings, would enable them to confront the president and leverage their veto power.
Despite the possibility of the act being rejected at the full meeting due to the numerical advantage opposition parties hold in the National Assembly, the People’s Power party believes that the Democratic Party will not proceed with the plenary session vote on the Yellow Envelope Law. This belief is reinforced by the fact that members of the Environment and Labor Committee, as well as hospital leaders, have devoted significant time and effort in preparing materials and insights related to the act.
The Democratic Party spokesperson, Kim Han-gyu, emphasized that any resolution or proposal must be discussed and resolved under the authority of the speaker of the National Assembly.
As the political situation surrounding the Yellow Envelope Act intensifies, the People’s Power party aims to gain an upper hand in public opinion by exercising their veto power. Their intention is to force the Democratic Party, which holds a majority of seats, into convening subsequent extraordinary sessions and plenary meetings, even if the act fails to pass during the upcoming assembly.
The opposition parties, including the Democratic Party and the Justice Party, are set to vote on the rejection of the Yellow Envelope Act at the full meeting of the National Assembly. However, the People’s Power party’s strategic maneuvering suggests that the plenary session vote may not proceed as planned.
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People’s Power Floor Leader Yoon Jae-ok and Democratic Party Floor Leader Park Gwang-on explain the content to reporters after a closed meeting at the National Assembly Speaker’s Office on the 30th. random news
The power of the people is, on the 30th, if the ‘Yellow Envelope Act’ (the amendment to Articles 2 and 3 of the Trade Unions Act and the Labor Relations Adjustment Act) is not passed in full Assembly National but is even presented. and it was voted on, that it was an “exit” rather than a filibuster (obstructing legal proceedings). After that, the plan is to confront the president by exercising his veto power.
Power of the People The internal leadership judged that even if the extraordinary National Assembly was passed with failure to fight, the Democratic Party with the majority of seats could force the next extraordinary session and the plenary session by dividing the session . Accordingly, the plan is to gain the upper hand in public opinion in the political situation with the presidential veto power.
The opposition parties, including the Democratic Party and the Justice Party, intend to force a vote on whether or not to reject the Yellow Envelope Act at the full meeting of the National Assembly scheduled for this afternoon. As the opposition parties have a numerical advantage in the seats of the National Assembly, the vote on whether or not to reject the bill is expected to pass without difficulty.
However, within the power of the people, it is believed that the Democratic Party will not proceed with the plenary session vote of the Yellow Envelope Law on this day. Before the plenary meeting, members of the Environment and Labor Committee (Hwan-no-wi) and the leaders of the hospital had all prepared a file for two hours. The will was so clear that Representative Lim Ja-ja, the secretary of the party that controls the Hwannowi Committee, was mentioned as the first runner of the filibuster.
The Democratic Party announced its position that it would not go until the day before the proposal and the vote.
The floor spokesman of the Democratic Party, Kim Han-gyu, met with reporters in the National Assembly the day before and said, “The opposition parties must discuss what is presented to be resolved or presented under the authority of the speaker of the National Assembly, ” he said. .
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