Shin Bong-soo, ‘Divisionary Division’, as the chief of the Anti-Corruption Force Department of the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office… Noh Jeong-yeon, the first female high prosecutor

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On the 22nd, the Ministry of Justice announced the appointment of prosecutors higher than the chief prosecutor. Shin Bong-soo, a prosecutor at the Seoul High Prosecutors’ Office (29th Judicial Research and Training Institute), who had a relationship with President Yoon Seok-yeol, was selected as the head of the Anti-Corruption and Violence Department of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office, which oversees the nationwide power crime investigation. On the other hand, prosecutors who benefited from personnel benefits under Choo Mi-ae were effectively demoted. Changwon District Prosecutor’s Office Chief Noh Jeong-yeon (25th) was promoted to chief of the high prosecutor’s office, leaving her name as the first female high prosecutor.

The Ministry of Justice carried out promotions and transfers for 33 prosecutors at the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office (High Prosecutor’s Office, Chief Prosecutor’s Office) this afternoon. There are 10 new appointments and 23 telegrams.

First, a new prosecutor who is classified as pro-yun (親尹) was promoted and assigned to the head of the Anti-Corruption and Violence Department of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office, which is classified as a key position in the prosecution. Prosecutor Shin is a representative Yoon Seok-yeol division who served as the second deputy chief of the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office.

Lim Gwan-hyeok, the 26th prosecutor of the Gwangju High Prosecutors’ Office, who is classified as a special case, was appointed as the chief of the Seoul Eastern District Prosecutors’ Office and will lead the investigation into the Moon Jae-in government’s ‘Ministry of Industry blacklist’ allegation. Prosecutor Lim served as the head of the Sewol Ferry Special Investigation Team and participated in the investigation of illegal political funds by former Prime Minister Han Myung-sook.

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Lee Jin-dong, head of the Seoul High Prosecutor’s Office, who investigated the Busan Savings Bank case of President Yoon and the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office together (28th class), was appointed as the head of the Daejeon District Prosecutors’ Office, and Shin Eung-seok, the Seoul High Prosecutor’s special counsel (28th), was appointed as the Uijeongbu Prosecutor’s Office.

There were also many promotions in non-special lines. It seems to be a greeting to offset the criticism that he is a ‘specialist’ prosecutor.

Song Kang (29th), deputy chief of the Cheongju District Prosecutor’s Office, who is classified as a representative public security officer in the prosecution, was promoted to the head of the planning and coordination department of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office, and Jung Young-hak, deputy director of the Ulsan District Prosecutor’s Office (29th) was promoted to the chief of the Seoul Northern District Prosecutors’ Office.

Jeong Jin-woo, the first deputy chief of the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office (29th), who served as the head of the public security planning department, was appointed as the head of the scientific investigation department of the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office.

Kim Seon-hwa, Deputy Prosecutor of the Jeju District Prosecutors’ Office (30th), who performed all the trial duties, is assigned to the Chief Prosecutor’s Office Trial and Inspection Department. She is in her 30s and she is the first prosecutor, and she is the sixth female prosecutor in the history of the prosecution.

In this greeting, the first female high prosecutor was also born. Noh Changwon District Prosecutor’s Office will be promoted to the position of chief of the Busan High Prosecutors’ Office for the first time in 73 years since the establishment of the prosecution service. There are also speculations that she could be appointed as the first female prosecutor general.

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Hwang Byung-joo, prosecutor of the Seoul High Prosecutors’ Office and the head of the overseas illegal property recovery team (29th class), was appointed as the chief of the criminal division of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office, and Noh Man-seok, the Seoul High Prosecutor’s legal advisory prosecutor (29th class), was appointed as the deputy chief prosecutor of the Seoul High Prosecutors’ Office.

On the other hand, prosecutors who had repeatedly fought during the days of former Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae and former Justice Minister Park Beom-gye suffered relegation.

Gwangju High Prosecutor’s Office Deputy Chief Prosecutor Shin Sung-shik (27th class), Chuncheon District Prosecutor’s Office Go Gyeongsoon (28th class), Daegu High Prosecutor’s Office Deputy Prosecutor Lee Jong-geun (28th class), Choi Seongpil (28th class), Deputy Prosecutor Kim Yang-su of Busan High Prosecutor’s Office Deputy Prosecutor (29th class) Moves to the position of a Research Fellow at the Legal Research and Training Institute classified as

Suwon High Prosecutor’s Office Chief Kim Gwan-jeong (26th class), Lee Jung-su, a research fellow at the Judicial Research and Training Institute (26th class), and Gwangju District Prosecutor’s Office Chief Park Chan-ho (26th class), who announced their resignations, were removed from office.

The Ministry of Justice said, “This appointment is to ensure that the prosecution’s original duties of protecting the people from crime are properly carried out, such as bridging the vacancy in the leadership due to vacancies in the positions of high prosecutors and other high prosecutors, and handling major issues such as elections and violations of people’s livelihood. for,” he said.

Reporter Jeong Bong-oh Donga.com bong087@donga.com

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