Lee Jae-myung, the representative of the Democratic Party of Korea, announced in a speech by the representative of the negotiating group in the National Assembly today that he would give up the privilege of not being arrested.
If the prosecution requests an arrest warrant, he will go to court and review the warrant himself.
He criticized the Yoon Seok-yeol government as a regime that gave up on the people and a regime that was only focused on seizure and search.
This is Reporter Shin Joon-myeong.
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What caught the most attention in CEO Lee Jae-myung’s speech was his statement that he would give up the privilege of not being arrested.
It was something that was not in the pre-distributed manuscript.
[Lee Jae-myeong/Representative of the Democratic Party of Korea]
“If you request an arrest warrant, I will attend on my own feet, undergo a review of the warrant, and reveal the prosecution’s insolence.”
After the motion to arrest two lawmakers, Kwan-seok Yoon and Seong-man Lee, who defected from the Democratic Party in connection with the investigation into money envelopes at the party convention, was rejected, while responding to external criticism that the Democratic Party had become a bulletproof party, internally, efforts were made to block the offensive of anti-Lee Jae-myung lawmakers within the party. It was evaluated as a political match.
Regarding the past year of the Yoon Seok-yeol regime, it was evaluated as “a backward country when I woke up” and “a huge and continuous regression메이저사이트“.
The so-called five-po regime, which gave up on the people, was attacked by the term ‘Apgujeong regime’, which is preoccupied only with seizure and search, arrest warrants, and political strife.
[Lee Jae-myung/Representative of the Democratic Party of Korea]
“The Yun Seok-yeol regime gave up on people’s livelihood, economy, politics, diplomacy, and safety… It can only be said that it is truly a 5-po regime, a regime that gives up on the people.”
Instead of the government that gave up on the people, the Democratic Party announced that it would push for a supplementary budget worth 35 trillion won to improve people’s livelihood and economic recovery.
Regarding the Fukushima contaminated water, he proposed a plan to consider supporting Japan’s storage costs together with the international community.
The power of the people reminded that giving up the privilege of non-arrest was Lee’s presidential pledge, and evaluated that an apology came first.
[Kim Ki-hyun/Representative of People’s Power]
“It seems that the intention is to temporarily escape the pressure of resignation from inside the party and the public opinion of the majority of people demanding resignation, but in any case, it is time to stop.”
The Justice Party said, “I hope that CEO Lee’s declaration will clear the stigma of the bulletproof party and serve as an opportunity to move toward innovation.”