President Yoon’s speech for municipal administration 與 “Respect for the National Assembly is buried” vs. “Apologizes for inappropriate personnel”

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President Yun Seok-yeol giving a municipal address [공동취재]

Regarding President Yoon Seok-yeol’s speech for today’s municipal administration, the ruling party, the People’s Power, praised “Respect for the National Assembly was buried”, while the opposition Democratic Party of Korea criticized it, saying, “Apologize for inappropriate personnel first.”

Yang Geum-hee, spokesperson for the People’s Power, said in a commentary, “President Yoon’s first address to the National Assembly was delivered just a week after he took office, which means that the people’s livelihoods are so desperate and that he will respect the National Assembly.”

“The president also appealed to the National Assembly for bipartisan cooperation to overcome the crisis in the Republic of Korea,” he said.

On the other hand, the Democratic Party insisted, “If President Yoon truly pursues cooperation, he should first express his regret for selecting inappropriate people for the cabinet and secretariat.”

Rep. Koh Koh-jin, who is in charge of public affairs, held a press conference at the National Assembly and said, “We need to remove the obstacles to cooperation between the opposition and the opposition by resigning the minister candidates who try to force the appointment without the consent of the National Assembly.”

He also pointed out that “President Yoon has formed a cabinet of former acquaintances with a focus on certain schools, regions, and experienced people, and is pushing them.”

Earlier, in his address to the National Assembly today, President Yoon called for bipartisan cooperation, saying, “Considering that the stability of the people’s livelihood is more urgent than ever, we earnestly request the National Assembly’s cooperation so that the supplementary budget can be finalized as soon as possible.”

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